Examples of navigation in a Sentence
If you're going to be a good sailor you need to master navigation.
I don't mind driving if you're willing to do the navigation.
Our new car has an onboard navigation system.
Navigation becomes more difficult further upriver.
There are back and forward buttons for easier browser navigation.
Recent Examples of navigation from the Web
The launching came two days late to carry out additional guidance, navigation and control analysis.
The wetlands drain into a navigation channel along the east bank of the river.
Monterey is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations in support of maritime security operations to reassure allies and partners and preserve the freedom of navigation and the free flow of commerce in the region.
Then again, as Maritime Executive points out, larger drones also have backup inertial navigation systems and are not completely reliant on GPS.
Eurocontrol said that air-to-ground and cruise missiles could be used within that period and there could be intermittent disruptions of radio navigation equipment.
The downside The LS’s controls for features like smartphones, navigation and audio are cumbersome and frustrating.
The move toward a more sophisticated GPS navigation system would improve efficiency and could save money by reducing route times, changing routes and improving timekeeping of drivers’ shifts, Neubauer said.
The recent high water levels have allowed the harbors to avoid unsafe navigation conditions and negative economic impacts on charter fishing boats and the recreational boating community.
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First Known Use of navigation
NAVIGATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of navigation for English Language Learners
: the act, activity, or process of finding the way to get to a place when you are traveling in a ship, airplane, car, etc.
: the act of moving in a boat or ship over an area of water
computers : the act of going to different places on the Internet or on a particular Web site in order to find what you want
NAVIGATION Defined for Kids
Definition of navigation for Students
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