Navigating

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Navigating Meaning and Definition in Wikipedia


Navigation is how ships or aircraft find their way from one place to another. The word navigation came from the word "navgatih" from the language of Sanskrit. The Latin language word navis means ship; navigation is literally "art of ship mastery". The word is also used as a metaphor for 'finding one's way'. Today it also means knowing where to go when traveling on land.

One type of navigation was made by the Polynesians and is called Polynesian Navigation. They used different things found all around us to find their way from place to place across large areas of open ocean. Other early people also learned how to travel large distances using the natural world. For example:



Navigating Sample Sentences in News


  • Navigating the maze of Adoption
    Chase Tripp, 2, smiles after his mom Brionn Tripp puts Play-Doh on his nose during Wednesday evening at their house in Post Falls. Chase and his twin brother Shea were adopted through the Idaho Youth Ranch Adoption Program. Read more on this news related to 'Navigating'
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  • Seeing Double: Nina Dobrev and Katie Stevens Sport the Same Teal Lace Dress
    (Source: CW, MTV) Navigating the supernatural world is not much different than navigating the high school hallways. Just take it from The Vampire Diaries ' Elena (played by Nina Dobrev ) and Faking It 's Karma ( Katie Stevens ), who even share a taste in the same formal attire. While Karma can be counted on for flaunting bohemian basics on the teen MTV ser Read more on this news related to 'Navigating'

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