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navicular pronunciación
adjective
1 boat-shaped.
2 zool relating to the navicular bone.
noun (in full navicular bone) a small boat-shaped bone in the wrist or ankle, or in the equivalent position in animals, eg horses. Also called scaphoid.
[16c: from Latin navicula , diminutive of navis a ship]


navigable pronunciación
adjective
1 said of a river or channel, etc: able to be sailed along or through, etc.
2 said of a ship: seaworthy.
3 said of a balloon or other craft: steerable.
[16c: from Latin navigabilis , from navigare to sail]
navigability noun .
navigably adverb .


navigate pronunciación
verb (navigated , navigating )
1 intr to direct the course of a ship, aircraft or other vehicle.
2 intr to find one's way and hold one's course.
3 to steer (a ship or aircraft).
4 a to manage to sail along or through (a river or channel, etc);
b to find one's way through, along, over or across something, etc.
5 intr said of a vehicle passenger: to give the driver directions on the correct route.
[16c: from Latin navigare , from navis ship]


navigation pronunciación
noun
1 the act, skill or science of navigating.
2 the movement of ships and aircraft.
navigational adjective .


navigator
noun
1 someone who navigates, especially a ship or aircraft.
2 old use an explorer by sea.


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