Translation of well-traveled in Spanish:


muy viajado, adj.

(British well-travelled)

Pronunciation //

adjectivewell traveled

  • 1

    (person) muy viajado
    (person) que ha viajado mucho
    (person) que ha visto mucho mundo
    • I am a well travelled American and have personally observed this numerous times on my world travels.
    • I once asked a well travelled friend about the differences between cultures around the world.
    • Before he escaped from slavery on New Year's Day, 1834, this unusually well-traveled slave had seen and experienced slavery from almost every perspective, an education that he would put to good use throughout his literary career.
    • There are a lot of very interesting, very smart, very well-traveled people here, people with a lot of experience doing the kind of work I want to do.
    • The well-traveled person ‘knows’ distant places and, thus, has often gained new insight into his/her place of origin.
    • I would not use the word ‘naive’ for a 40 plus, well-travelled woman of means.
    • The passengers are predominantly well-travelled North Americans and Europeans, plus a few from Hong Kong and Japan.
    • One well-traveled friend swears that seeing an English-language movie in a foreign theater, with the prefilm commercials and snack bar offerings, gives you more insight into daily life than trying to read the local paper.
    • Ella appears to be a strong, independent, and well-traveled scholar whose desire for recognition drives her to attempt this trip into the unknown.
    • I used to taunt well-travelled friends who had never visited the Berlin Wall by saying that no one could claim to be a citizen of the world who had not seen it.
    • Surprisingly, our well-traveled judges often voted almost with one mind.
    • But while Kate is certainly well-travelled, she doesn't cook.
    • They are very hospitable to learned and well-traveled people, as they love to learn new things from them.
    • He was well-traveled and had friends all over the world.
    • A very sisterly woman named Mary made a point of referring to her handsome, well-traveled son who had just gone to the store, by the way, but would be back shortly so I could meet him.
  • 2

    (route) muy frecuentado
    • But this was not a glad sight, for the roads and paths showed that they were well-travelled, and recently, by mounted troops.
    • The trails (most of them traditional, well-traveled routes used in Igloolik for generations) were mainly mapped while traveling, using the track function of a portable GPS unit.
    • The stairs leading from the servants level to ground were well-travelled routes, with untold scores of menials scurrying to and fro between their masters and duties.
    • Of the 37 trails, 23 correspond to traditional, well-traveled routes, while the trail from Igloolik to the floe edge varies slightly from year to year.