Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Destination"

The meaning of "Destination" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a destination wedding mean?
A: A wedding that isn’t where either of the couple lives but in a place that people travel to for a vacation (a destination) - Hawaii, Bali, a Caribbean island etc.
Q: What does “It is not the destination so much as the journey” mean?
A: 人生についてのことわざです。意味は、最終目標関係ないし、そこに着き方だけ関係あります。
Q: What does If he thought your destination are sleeping then you should drive sleep. mean?
A: If the people at your destination are sleeping then you should try to sleep. -she is a mumbler, she mumbles words together which may not be the best to learn English from
Q: What does destination married mean?
A: destination marriage. That is where a husband and wife have the wedding ceremony in the same location or very close to where their honeymoon will take place.

Example: they get married in Hawaii and have their honeymoon in Hawaii as well.
Q: What does a destination wedding mean?
A: A destination wedding is a wedding that will take place at least a 100 miles away from where the bride lives.

Example sentences using "Destination"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "destination".
A: You will reach your destination in 2 hours.
In life, we often do not know our end destination.
I kept walking with no particular destination.
Q: Please show me example sentences with destination .
A: What's your destination?
The journey is more important than the destination.
Upon reaching their destination the 2 friends said goodbye for the final time.
Q: Please show me example sentences with destination .
A: We're coming up on our destination.
The destination is on the right.
It's not about the destination, it's about the journey.

Synonyms of "Destination" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Where is the next destination? and Where is destination for the next ?
A: Where is the next destination has correct grammar.
Where is destination for the next doesn’t. Correct example might be: (where is the location for the next destination)
The difference is that for the 1st questions your asking for the destination while the 2nd you’re asking for the location.
Hope this helps:)
Q: What is the difference between What is your destination and Where is your destination ?
A: what (什么) means like for eg : Its like a park? or a mall
They are specifically asking destination's NAME/TYPE

where(哪里) means that they are asking you specific LOCATION of your destination.
for eg: where is your destination ? Is it NEAR beijing?
Q: What is the difference between You'll be reaching your destination and You'll reach your destination ?
A: "You'll be reaching your destination" is when you're not there yet and the GPS is telling you how long until you arrive.

Ex. You'll be reaching your destination in 15 minutes.

"You'll reach your destination" is when you are almost at your destination and the GPS is telling you the length (not time) until you arrive.

Ex. You'll reach your destination in 500m. or You'll reach your destination in 2 minutes.

Overall, they are very similar and could be used in either situations that I've explain. There's barely any difference.
Q: What is the difference between destination and destiny and fate ?
A: A destination is a place you want to or will go on a trip. If someone says that the final destination is in New York, that's where the end of the trip is and where you will end up. It's a location you stop at and visit during a long journey or trip. Destiny and fate are often interchangeable, destiny pretty much means the necessary future events that were 'meant to happen' or 'had to happen' and are usually considerable unavoidable and inevitable. Fate is sometimes referred to more as controlled by a supernatural power but they are for the most part synonyms and you shouldn't worry about those two as much.
Q: What is the difference between I don't know my destination. and I don't know where I go. ?
A: The second phrase should be "I don't know where I'm going", but they both have the same meaning. The second phrase could also mean, however, that you know your destination, but you have lost your way there.

Translations of "Destination"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 집이 아닌 어디든 여행 가고 싶다.
The destination can be anywhere except for my apartment.
or I like to go somewhere that is not my home
A: I want to go anywhere but my home or I want to travel anywhere but my home
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? destination
A: destination
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ( حمد لله على السلامه ) when we arrive our destination after a long way .
A: i think people say "welcome home!" if someone just came home from somewhere. I guess you could always say "It's good to hear that you've arrived safely" if it's somewhere else, or "I'm glad you made it safely"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? destination
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? reached a destination OR reached destination?
A: in your example, I'd say "my destination".

Other questions about "Destination"

Q: Can you deliver it to the destination within two days? Does this sound natural?
A: A little official sounding, but yes :)
Q: I was reling on her guiding, but we couldn't reach the destination, so we decided to depend on the map. Does this sound natural?
A: change "guiding" to "guidance" or "navigation"
"reling" is spelled "relying"
Q: You can arrive at a destination whichever route you drive in, out of the routes on the map. Does this sound natural?
A: Just needs a little tweak...
--> "You can reach *your* destination *using* any one of the routes you select from those on the map. "
Q: I went to the destination by train. Does this sound natural?
A: my destination
Q: I like to walk without destination even if I have a plan. My schedule is fluid all the time. Does this sound natural?
A: Just put "a" before destination.

I like to walk without a destination even if I have a plan. My schedule is fluid all the time.

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