seek (seeks, seeking, sought)

1. [ transitive , intransitive ] to look for something/somebody seek something/somebody Drivers


1. challenge something to question whether a statement or an action is right, legal, etc; to refus


1. accompany somebody ( ) to travel or go somewhere with somebody His wife accompanied him on the


1. very great; very strong Synonym extreme intense heat/cold/pain The President is under intens

reschedule (reschedules, rescheduling, rescheduled)

1. reschedule something (for/to something) | reschedule something to do something to change the ti


1. a meeting, especially one that is sudden, unexpected or violent encounter (with somebody/somet

Overcome (=Defeat, Beat, Conquer) (overcomes, overcoming, overcame)

To successfully control a feeling or problem that prevents you from achieving something. Collocatio

venture (entures, venturing, ventured)

If you venture  somewhere, you go somewhere that might be dangerous.  


The destination of someone or something is the place to which they are going or being sent.


An itinerary is a plan of a journey, including the route and the places that you will visit.

journey (journeys)

When you make a journey, you travel from one place to another.


If you describe something as dreary, you mean that it is dull and depressing.


A pivotal role, point, or figure in something is one that is very important and affects the succ
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