Meaning of NAVIGATION in English

NAVIGATION

noun

1 movement of ships, aircraft, etc.

ADJECTIVE

▪ accurate

▪ safe

▪ inland , ocean ( esp. AmE ), river , sea ( esp. BrE ), underwater

Rail and inland ~ together account for 30–50% of the total delivered cost.

▪ air , land , marine , maritime

▪ GPS , radio , satellite

Having used GPS ~, it's hard to go back to using maps.

▪ in-car

a maker of in-car ~ systems

NAVIGATION + NOUN

▪ system

a global satellite ~ system for the Air Force

▪ aids , chart , device , equipment , instruments , lights

a GPS ~ device

▪ beacon

~ beacons for Allied aircraft

▪ channel

the main ~ channel on the far side of the island

▪ satellite

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ in

The stars were used for ~ in the desert.

▪ ~ of

the ~ of our rivers

PHRASES

▪ an aid to ~

small boats equipped with electronic aids to ~

▪ freedom of ~ , rights of ~

freedom of ~ through international waters

▪ an obstruction to ~ ( law , esp. BrE )

the cost of removing obstructions to ~

2 finding way your around a website

ADJECTIVE

▪ easy , good

a well laid out design and easy ~

▪ site , Web

Make site ~ easy and intuitive.

The software is designed to simplify Web ~.

NAVIGATION + NOUN

▪ bar , button , menu

You can use the ~ bar at the bottom of the pictures to zoom in or out.

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ of

Keep the ~ of your site really simple.

▪ ~ through

~ through complex documents

PHRASES

▪ make ~ difficult, easy, etc.

A mouse or joystick makes ~ simpler.

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