Definition of itinerary in English:

itinerary

Syllabification: i·tin·er·ar·y
Pronunciation: /īˈtinəˌrerē, iˈtin-
 
/

noun (plural itineraries)

  • 1A planned route or journey.
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    • In reality, I am safe and sound and I do not intend to change my travel itinerary.
    • Their busy itinerary included hill walking, surfing and kayaking.
    • No tourist itinerary is complete without a visit to this paradise.
  • 1.1A travel document recording these.
    More example sentences
    • Secretaries perform a gamut of administrative responsibilities ranging from handling daily schedules and travel itineraries to processing paperwork.
    • With this certificate, the museum could have been listed on the itineraries of travel agencies and we would have had more visitors.
    • Ahmed was carrying travel itineraries showing a July 8 flight from Johannesburg, South Africa to London.
    Synonyms
    travel plan, schedule, timetable, agenda, program, tour; (planned) route

Origin

late Middle English: from late Latin itinerarium, neuter of itinerarius 'of a journey or roads', from Latin iter, itiner- 'journey, road'.

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