Definition of Voyager in English:

Voyager

proper noun

  • Either of two American space probes launched in 1977 to investigate the outer planets. Voyager 1 encountered Jupiter and Saturn, while Voyager 2 reached Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and finally Neptune (1989).

Pronunciation:

Voyager

/ˈvɔɪɪdʒə/

Definition of voyager in English:

voyager

noun

  • See voyage

    • ‘After some delays and disputes, the voyagers regrouped at Plymouth aboard the 180-ton Mayflower.’
    • ‘The adventurer and businessman was one of 705 people who survived the disaster in 1912, after the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank, killing 1,500 voyagers.’
    • ‘Madeira lies right in the track of the trade winds, and down the centuries the island has played host to voyagers passing between the Old and New Worlds.’
    • ‘Visitors can learn about the volcanic birth of the Hawaiian Islands and the adventures of the early Polynesian voyagers, European explorers and whalers.’
    • ‘When I was a student at Parsons in the late 70's this map kept me company every day as I became an eager voyager through the city's tunnels.’

Pronunciation:

voyager

/ˈvɔɪɪdʒə/