Spanish Dictionary

Translation of navegar

navegar     to navigate    ; to sail    

Translation by Vocabulix


Sample sentences:
Cristóbal Colón navegó durante cinco semanas a través del Océano Atlántico antes de ver tierra.

Christopher Columbus navigated for five weeks across the Atlantic Ocean before he saw land.
Está aparejando su barco para navegar mañana por la mañana. He is rigging his boat in order to sail tomorrow morning.
Hoy no navegó, su barco está en tierra. He didn't sail today, his boat is ashore.

Brookline Avenue in example will be blocked off for over two hours: Security and protection for my students is very important to me, explains Carole. Drivers are requested not to used these routes.
One could see in every touristic site and traveler's office advertisement for language schools and private teachers. The teachers usually gave the CV with an nice picture of themselves. It looked funny.
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Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of navegar
navego  navegas  navega  navegamos  navegáis  navegan  navegaba  navegabas  navegaba  navegábamos  navegabais  navegaban  navegué  navegaste  navegó  navegamos  navegasteis  navegaron  navegaré  navegarás  navegará  navegaremos  navegaréis  navegarán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of navigate   [ navigated, navigated ]
Conjugation of sail   [ sailed, sailed ]