Definition of satnav in English:

satnav

Syllabification: sat·nav
Pronunciation: /ˈsatˌnav
 
/

noun

  • Navigation dependent on information received from satellites.
    More example sentences
    • And today's multibillion-dollar worldwide market for satnav products and services is almost totally dominated by the U.S., and the Europeans certainly would like a share of this market.
    • The aerospace company said it is willing to shoulder the up-front costs of development, noting that it already is in the satnav business and has become a major leader in satcom.

Origin

1970s: blend of satellite and navigation.

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