Definition of 'navigate'
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Your reminders will help you navigate this process. Christianity Today (2000)This is difficult enough to navigate for anyone in the electronics and entertainment business. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The maps are designed for road travel and navigating cities rather than roaming the wilds on foot. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It does no good to set one community against another when the police and security services are trying to navigate new territory. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'navigate'
British English: navigate VERB
When someone navigates a ship or an aircraft somewhere, they decide which course to follow and steer it there. You can also say that a ship or an aircraft navigates somewhere.
He was responsible for safely navigating his ship without accident.
Definition of navigate from the Collins English Dictionary
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