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Sentence count:177+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-04Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: cruiseguidesailsteerSimilar words: investigatemitigationobligationinvestigatorinvestigationgatesubjugatedelegateMeaning: ['nævɪgeɪt]  v. 1. travel by boat propelled by wind or by other means 2. act as the navigator in a car, plane, or vessel and plan, direct, plot the path and position of the conveyance 3. direct carefully and safely. 
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1. Sailors have special equipment to help them navigate.
2. I'll drive, you take the map and navigate.
3. Pigeons navigate less accurately when the earth's magnetic field is disturbed.
4. Larger ships will be able to navigate the river after the main channel is deepened.
5. I don't like having to navigate London's crowded streets.
6. Early explorers used to navigate by the stars .
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7. The river became too narrow and shallow to navigate.
8. I'll drive, and you can navigate.
9. Such boats can navigate on the Nile.
10. We managed to navigate our way through the forest.
11. The river is too dangerous to navigate.
12. These birds navigate by the sun.
13. How do you navigate your way through a forest?
14. My duty is to navigate.
15. The magazine's website is easy to navigate.
16. He's too tired to navigate.
17. We had to navigate several flights of stairs to find his office.
18. Even ancient ships were able to navigate large stretches of open water.
19. Those who successfully navigate this social minefield are accepted by the royal family.
20. In tests, the bees navigate back home after being placed in a field a mile away.
21. He was the first man to navigate the Atlantic alone.
22. There weren't any road signs to help us navigate through the maze of one-way streets.
23. In the corridors he let her navigate her own way round the trolleys and other obstacles.
24. He left her to navigate her own way round the trolleys and other obstacles.
25. A solicitor will help you navigate the complex legal system.
26. He was not able to walk without a cane and could only navigate steps backwards.
27. Their website is fairly plain, but very easy to navigate.
28. The rocks and sandbanks make the river hard to navigate.
29. When travelling on fast roads at night it is impossible to drive and navigate at the same time.
30. If guests wished to use the sofa, they had first to navigate around chairs in the middle of the room.
More similar words: investigatemitigationobligationinvestigatorinvestigationgatesubjugatedelegateabrogatevariegatednavalon averagesavingbigamycravingheavilygravitybehaviorcigarettegatherbehavioralgatheringallegationvis-a-vismateratelatestateplatespate
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