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

The meaning of "Cruise" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does " They're going on a cruise round the Med"

My doubt is "going on" was happening in present continuous or it's on future.. mean?
A: It's not that something is "going on".
The people are going...on a cruise...around the Mediterranean Sea.
Q: What does cruise to the blues mean?
A: I think this means “driving together while listening to the blues (a sad type of music)”
Q: What does on cruise control mean?
A: Cruise control is a function that some cars have. A car on cruise control automatically keeps itself going at a constant speed on the highway until the driver applies the brakes.
Q: What does Capped cruise ship visitor numbers to 8,000 mean?
A: The maximum number of people on the boat is limited to 8,000
Q: What does cruising for a bruising mean?
A: Often it is used when someone is doing something they shouldn't be doing. It means that if they continue then there will be consequences. It can, however, be used jokingly in certain situations, and usually doesn't mean someone is going to get hurt.

A boy leaves his toys all over the floor and doesn't clean them up before school as his mother asked. "That boy is cruising for a bruising." The mother says when she sees the mess

I hope this helps

Example sentences using "Cruise"

Q: Please show me example sentences with cruising .
A: The ship was cruising at maximum speed.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cruise ship.
A: We crossed the Mediterranean Sea on a cruise ship.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cruise ship.
A: Every year some people who are traveling on cruise ships fall overboard and are never located in the ocean.

Synonyms of "Cruise" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between take me to the cruise and take me on the cruise ?
A: “Take me to the cruise” sounds like a request to a driver to take you where the cruise ship is.

“Take me on the cruise” sounds like a request to someone to allow you to join them on their trip on board a cruise ship.
Q: What is the difference between cruise and voyage ?
A: A cruise implies the purpose is fun. Voyage implies a long and potentially dangerous trip where a specific destination is the primary goal. You can also use voyage in a historical context. Early sea explorers couldn't have a destination in mind. You would describe their trips as voyages.
Q: What is the difference between take a cruise and go on a cruise and go cruising ?
A: to go on a cruise/take a cruise is to go on a cruise ship like for vacation. go cruising means to casually go for a ride in a car
Q: What is the difference between I went on a cruise in the Mediterranean sea. and I took a cruise in the Mediterranean sea. ?
A: They are both basically the same thing, though technically the first one is more correct.

I know people who say both and I don't think there's a blatant difference. I hope I helped :)

Translations of "Cruise"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cruise
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Other questions about "Cruise"

Q: There is a luxurious cruise ship with 3500 passengers on board which was docked at Yokohama harbor. There are already 40 passengers who are suffering from coronavirous desease. I wonder why a Japanese quarantine team doesn't inspect and test all of the passengers and crew members. This disease is caused by airborne droplets such as coughing and sneezing. Air in the cruise might be so tight and dry that a lot moe passengers will be most likely to be infected. It seems as if we are waiting for a catastrophic epidemic. does this sound natural?
A: Excellent!!! In the beginning however, you said “there is a luxurious cruise ship,” but later in the sentence you say “was docked.” To put it in the past tense for the whole sentence, say there “was a luxurious cruise ship”
Q: I really enjoyed a cruise on Sydney bay. The night view from the ship was amazing. does this sound natural?
A: "the" cruise
Q: 12 o'clock cruise is a hour and harf. does this sound natural?
A: The 12pm cruise will last for one and a half hour.

The cruise will depart at 12pm and return at 1.30pm.
Q: We are looking forward to you visiting our cruise. does this sound natural?
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Q: There is cruise by other company nere here. does this sound natural?
A: There are other cruise services by other companies near here.

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