What does traveler mean?

Definitions for traveler
trav·el·er

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. traveler, travellernoun

    a person who changes location

Wiktionary

  1. travelernoun

    One who travels, especially to distant lands.

  2. travelernoun

    A term for a modern day gypsy, tinker, caravan dweller, etc.

  3. travelernoun

    (Ireland) Member of the nomadic ethnic minority. (The term Gypsy is considered historically incorrect).

  4. travelernoun

    A term for a list and record of instructions that follows a part in a manufacturing process.

  5. travelernoun

    a metal ring that moves freely on part of a ship's rigging.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Travelernoun

    one who travels; one who has traveled much

  2. Travelernoun

    a commercial agent who travels for the purpose of receiving orders for merchants, making collections, etc

  3. Travelernoun

    a traveling crane. See under Crane

  4. Travelernoun

    the metal loop which travels around the ring surrounding the bobbin, in a ring spinner

  5. Travelernoun

    an iron encircling a rope, bar, spar, or the like, and sliding thereon

Freebase

  1. Traveler

    Traveler is a short-lived American television series that ran from May 10, 2007 until July 18, 2007 on ABC in the United States. The series was produced by Warner Bros. Television. Traveler was officially canceled after eight first-run episodes on July 18, 2007. Fans then tried to save the show but were unsuccessful. David DiGilio, the creator, posted an "answers blog" on September 28, 2007, which officially ended the show.

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  1. retravel

  2. revertal

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of traveler in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of traveler in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of traveler in a Sentence

  1. Adam Medros:

    Over 3.1 billion travelers pass through airports each year, with the average traveler spending 150 minutes of airport 'dwell time' between arriving at the terminal to the doors of the plane closing at the gate, we want to help them quickly find things to do on the site while they're waiting to catch a flight, or book an airport hotel when they need a place to stay.

  2. Sarah Howell:

    This policy just doesn't allow for the flexibility a business traveler needs.

  3. Brian Kelly:

    Most airlines now issue more frequent flier miles from credit cards and airline partners than they do from actually flying, for people who say, ‘I’m not a frequent traveler,’ that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have an airline or other credit card.

  4. Steve Cohen:

    Our hypothesis was that they are the same, but most affluents are not luxury travelers, simply because someone has a particular income, doesn’t make them a luxury traveler. And even those among high-income consumers who have taken a vacation, aren’t necessarily taking luxury trips.

  5. Chris Lemanski:

    I was going through a pretty bad depression, i was kind of ready to give up and say the hell with it. The young man asked his cousin for advice on how to clear his head and he told him to take a long walk. Lemanski did just that. The traveler decided to make the journey in April 2016 after going through a period of depression. (Chris Lemanski ) In April 2016, Lemanski decided on the journey after looking up trails and saw one that went from Istanbul, Turkey to Portugal. The traveler said everything appeared to shift into place after he purchased a cheap ticket to Istanbul. Lemanski made the trek in 18 months, three of those months he was stuck in Morocco after he overstayed his visa for about three months. However, he was able to sneak out of the country and catch a boat to Germany where he continued his journey. As for how much money he spent in 18 months, Lemanski said he saved and people were generous.

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