Need another word that means the same as “trek”? Find 22 synonyms and 30 related words for “trek” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Trek” are: journey, trip, expedition, safari, odyssey, possessions, belongings, things, goods, effects, personal effects, stuff, chattels, movables, hike, tramp, march, slog, footslog, trudge, traipse, walk
Trek as a Noun
Definitions of "Trek" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “trek” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A person's possessions.
- A long arduous journey, especially one made on foot.
- A leg or stage of a journey.
- A haul of fish caught using a trek net.
- Any long and difficult trip.
- A journey by ox wagon (especially an organized migration by a group of settlers.
Synonyms of "Trek" as a noun (14 Words)
|belongings||Something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone.|
She didn t have much baggage with her as most of her belongings had been sent ahead by sea.
|chattels||Personal as opposed to real property; any tangible movable property (furniture or domestic animals or a car etc.|
|effects||Property of a personal character that is portable but not used in business.|
She left some of her personal effects in the house.
|expedition||The people involved in an expedition.|
An expedition was sent to explore Mars.
|goods||Things to be transported, as distinct from passengers.|
Imports of luxury goods.
|journey||An act of travelling from one place to another.|
An eight hour train journey.
|movables||Personal as opposed to real property; any tangible movable property (furniture or domestic animals or a car etc.|
|odyssey||A long wandering and eventful journey.|
His odyssey from military man to politician.
|personal effects||A short newspaper article about a particular person or group.|
|possessions||Anything owned or possessed.|
They took possession of the ball on their own goal line.
|safari||An overland journey by hunters (especially in Africa.|
One week on safari.
The mud was horrible stuff.
|things||Any movable possession (especially articles of clothing.|
She packed her things and left.
He heard the trip of women s feet overhead.
Usage Examples of "Trek" as a noun
- A trek to the South Pole.
- I was at the new flat waiting for my trek to arrive.
Trek as a Verb
Definitions of "Trek" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “trek” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Go on a long arduous journey, typically on foot.
- Travel constantly from place to place.
- Fish using a trek net.
- Migrate or journey with one's belongings by ox wagon.
- (of an ox) draw a vehicle or pull a load.
- Make a long and difficult journey.
- Journey on foot, especially in the mountains.
Synonyms of "Trek" as a verb (8 Words)
|footslog||Walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud.|
They footslogged around the two villages.
They hiked across the moors.
|march||March in a procession.|
Thousands marched behind the coffin.
|slog||Work hard over a period of time.|
Batsmen careering down the pitch to slog the ball up in the air.
|traipse||Walk or move wearily or reluctantly.|
Students had to traipse all over London to attend lectures.
|trudge||Walk slowly and with heavy steps, typically because of exhaustion or harsh conditions.|
I trudged up the stairs.
We like to walk every Sunday.
Usage Examples of "Trek" as a verb
- They trekked towards the North Pole with sleds and skis.
- We trekked through the jungle.
- ‘Trek!’ he shouted, and we were off.
- Many licences are given to men who trek for sport rather than professional fishermen.
- My plan is to trek about seeing the world.
- We spent the summer trekking in the foothills of the Himalayas.
Associations of "Trek" (30 Words)
|alpine||Relating to or denoting skiing downhill.|
An alpine ski team.
|arduous||Involving or requiring strenuous effort; difficult and tiring.|
Worked their arduous way up the mining valley.
|ascend||Become king or queen.|
We ascended the mountain.
|ascent||A movement upward.|
The first ascent of the Matterhorn.
|boost||Give a boost to be beneficial to.|
The cut in interest rates will give a further boost to the economy.
|camping||The act of encamping and living in tents in a camp.|
When they were little we went camping in California.
|climb||A mountain hill or slope that is climbed.|
Sales were climbing after prices were lowered.
Climbers trained up fences and trellises.
|climbing||The sport or activity of climbing mountains or cliffs.|
His other great interest was climbing especially in the Alps.
|guided||Subject to guidance or control especially after launching.|
A guided missile.
|hike||Pull or lift up (something, especially clothing.|
A price hike.
|hiking||The activity of going for long walks, especially across country.|
She enjoys hiking and climbing in her spare time.
|jog||A spell of jogging.|
Jog along the canal.
|jungle||A place where hoboes camp.|
We set off into the jungle.
|knapsack||A soldier’s or hiker’s bag with shoulder straps, carried on the back, and typically made of canvas or other weatherproof material.|
|mountain||(often followed by `of’) a large number or amount or extent.|
We set off down the mountain.
|mountaineer||A person who takes part in mountaineering.|
|mounting||The action of mounting something.|
The mounting of rapid fire guns.
|picnic||Have or take part in a picnic.|
We swam and went on picnics.
|raise||Raise the level or amount of something.|
Raise a mutiny.
|rise||The property possessed by a slope or surface that rises.|
The sun had just risen.
|scale||Size or measure according to a scale.|
They entertained on a grand scale.
|sightseeing||The activity of visiting places of interest in a particular location.|
A sightseeing tour.
|ski||Travel over snow on skis take part in the sport or recreation of skiing.|
Neither of them had ever been on skis before.
|skiing||The action of travelling over snow on skis especially as a sport or recreation Competitive skiing falls into two categories Nordic cross country racing jumping and biathlon and Alpine downhill or straight racing and slalom racing round a series of markers.|
|stroller||Someone who walks at a leisurely pace.|
A little stroller taps on the window and cups his hands in a begging gesture.
|surmount||Stand or be placed on top of.|
The scarf surmounted the gown.
|trip||Make a trip for pleasure.|
He took a trip to the shopping center.
|walking||Close enough to be walked to.|