English version

travel well

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtravel welltravel wellDFto remain in good condition or be equally successful when taken to another country Exporters have to find wines that travel well. Many British television programmes don’t travel well. travel
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travel wellCommercially precooked and ready-to-eat foods such as deli meats and cheeses travel well.It is excellent wine, in either its white or its red versions, and said to travel well.It had travelled well and the colour emphasised her astonishing fairness.He could travel well enough on his own, if only they'd let him.Some things don't travel well, in time or in space.Clear out your food cupboard and throw away everything that will not travel well, such as leaky, crushable or carbonated goods.Smells travel well under water, though what the experience of underwater scents may be like is open to imagination.
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