When it comes to travel, many people immediately think of the word travel. Of course, trip also means travel. So, what is the difference between trip and travel? Today, let's talk about the difference between trip and travel, as well as some idioms related to travel.
In general, trip is a noun and travel is a verb.
I traveled to Germany last week.
I went on a trip.
You can also say "tomakatrip", but it is usually a short trip and has a certain purpose.
For example, I went to the grocery store to buy milk.
Therefore, in most cases, trip is a noun and travel is a verb.
Sometimes, travel can also be used as a noun.
For example, travel expands your perspective on life.
Travel here is a noun.
My travels really expanded my perspective.
When used as a noun, travel expresses the whole of all travel experiences.
Trip can also be used as a verb. The usage is "trip over something", which means that something is in the way when you walk, causing you to fall. Trip can also be used with drugs. For example, "triponlsd" means that you have hallucinations after taking psychedelic drugs, or you have a crazy idea.
Therefore, trip can be used as a synonym for travel, but it is generally only used to describe short-distance travel, and the two are rarely used interchangeably.
Hittheroad on the road
"Hittheroad" means leaving.
One for theroad before leaving
For example, if you eat cookies at someone else's house and want to eat another one before you leave, you can say "OK, I'll take one for the other."
Wanderlust travel desire
It refers to the desire to travel, travel and explore.
Off the beach path is a different adventure
Off the beach path means exploring somewhere in an unusual way.
Itchyfeet feet itch
"Itchy feet" literally means itchy feet, but it really means you want to go out and travel.
Expressions that can be used for people who are about to travel
Happy journey to happytrails
"Happy Trails" means I hope you have a pleasant trip.
Godspeed, have a nice trip
This expression is rather pompous. Generally, you say "Bon Voyage" to someone before he wants to start, leave or go on an exploration
Be safe on the road
"Safe travels" is equivalent to having a safe trip.
Life is like a journey without a destination.
This expression is a common saying from the lyrics of a song by Aerosmith, which means that we should enjoy the present instead of thinking about the destination.