travel through

travel through something

 
1. to make a journey through some area or country. We will have to travel through Germany to get there. Do you want to travel through the desert or through the mountains?
2. to make a journey through some kind of weather condition. I hate to travel through the rain. I refuse to travel through a snowstorm.
See also: travel
References in classic literature ?
Then he came back and went with his master, who said, 'We two ought to be able to travel through the wide world
Oh, go with me,' said the man; 'if we three are together we shall easily travel through the wide world.
Oh, go with me,' said the man; 'if we four are together we shall easily travel through the wide world.
Oh, go with me; if we five are together, we shall easily travel through the wide world.
Oh, go with me,' said the master; 'if we six are together, we shall easily travel through the wide world.
Sophia having directed her guide to travel through bye-roads, across the country, they now passed the Severn, and had scarce got a mile from the inn, when the young lady, looking behind her, saw several horses coming after on full speed.
You may not travel through my lands," said the King.
If you don't let me and my animals travel through your kingdom, I will make you and all your people sick like the monkeys.
It is my plan for a machine to travel through time.
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Fuel cell vehicles run on hydrogen and do not emit pollutants or greenhouse gases associated with combustion engines, a point important to the region where the Road Rally will travel through.
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