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According to Merriam-Webster Online (http://m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=travel), both `travelled` and `traveled` are acceptable past tense forms of the verb `travel`. ---- Main Entry: 1trav?l Pronunciation: `tra-v&l Function: verb Inflected Form(s): -eled or -elled; -el?ng or trav?l?ing /`tra-v&-li[ng], `trav-li[ng]/ Etymology: Middle English travailen to labor, journey, from Old French travaillier to labor intransitive senses 1 a : to go on or as if on a trip or tour : JOURNEY b (1) : to go as if by traveling : PASS
(2) : ASSOCIATE c : to go from place to place as a sales representative or business agent
2 a : to move or undergo transmission from one place to another b : to move in a given direction or path or through a given distance c : to move rapidly
3 : to walk or run with a basketball in violation of the rules
1 a : to journey through or over b : to follow (a course or path) as if by traveling
2 : to traverse (a specified distance)
3 : to cover (an area) as a commercial traveler
- travel light : to travel with a minimum of equipment or baggage
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답변하시면 내공 10점을, 답변이 채택되면 내공 30점과 물방울 30개를 드립니다.