(distance covered in) travelling, usually by land, from one place to another, often far away
travel; go on a journey
"travel the oceans"
Ninety miles it was; a six days' journey.
出自： O. Henry
Within a short journey of the stamping-ground of his tribe.
出自： E. R. Burroughs
His first journey out of the United Kingdom.
出自： A. Bullock
Four journeys to the moon.
The journey would be too expensive and I thought I had done enough travelling.
出自： M. Milner
误 During the journey when the pilot suddenly collapsed in a faint one passenger volunteered to pilot the plane.
正 During the flight when the pilot suddenly collapsed in a faint one passenger volunteered to pilot the plane.
误 I hope you had a good travel.
正 I hope you had a good journey.
析 “具体的某一次旅行”,应说a journey; 而travel是泛指旅行,且不可与不定冠词连用。
误 I will attend to all the arrangements on our journey.
正 I will attend to all the arrangements in our journey.
析 在旅行中应说in journey,而不能说on journey。