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: that travels
a traveling opera company a traveling executive
: carried, used by, or accompanying a traveler
a traveling alarm clock a traveling companion
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14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1
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traveler's letter of credit
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More Definitions for traveling
: going to different places instead of staying in one place
: relating to the activity of traveling
: designed to be used by someone who is traveling
See the full definition for traveling in the English Language Learners Dictionary
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Nglish: Translation of traveling for Spanish Speakers
Britannica English: Translation of traveling for Arabic Speakers
Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about traveling
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