English version

voyage of discovery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvoyage of discoveryvoyage of discoverya situation in which you learn a lot of new things about something or someone Writing a biography is an absorbing voyage of discovery. a voyage of self-discovery (=when you learn more about yourself) voyage
Examples from the Corpus
voyage of discoveryYour mission, therefore, is much more than a voyage of discovery.As the reader has seen, my six years of service was a voyage of discovery.Beside, we had come to get some-thing to eat, and not to make any voyage of discovery.Captain James Cook, whose parents were local farmworkers, set out on his celebrated voyages of discovery from this estuary.Marcel Proust once described voyages of discovery as seeking new landscapes and gaining new eyes.Each expedition is a new adventure, a new voyage of discovery.Between 1768 and 1779, his own voyages of discovery filled in vast empty areas on the maps of his time.In fact much of the Ancient Mariner came from the sea voyages of discovery.
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