A short journey or trip, esp. one engaged in as a leisure activity
an excursion to Mount Etna
an excursion into theology
A trip at reduced rates
a popular excursion fare for travel during the next two weeks
An instance of the movement of something along a path or through an angle
A deviation from a regular pattern, path, or level of operation
a journey taken for pleasure; "many summer excursions to the shore"; "it was merely a pleasure trip"; "after cautious sashays into the field"
digression: wandering from the main path of a journey
An excursion is a trip by a group of people, usually made for leisure or educational purposes. It is often an adjunct to a longer journey or visit to a place, sometimes for other (typically work-related) purposes.
Excursion is defined as how far the cone of a speaker linearly travels from its resting position. In general lower frequency drivers or subwoofers are designed to move more air and have more excursion than those of higher frequency. ...
The Excursion: Being a portion of The Recluse, a poem is a long poem by Romantic poet William Wordsworth and was first published in 1814 (see 1814 in poetry). ...
(Excursions (Piano)) Excursions, Op. 20, is the first published solo piano piece by Samuel Barber.
A brief recreational trip; a journey out of the usual way
(14. Excursions) Excursions or other tours that you may choose to book or pay for whilst you are on holiday are not part of your package holiday provided by us. For any excursion or other tour that you book, your contract will be with the operator of the excursion or tour and not with us. ...
(Excursions) Book these online beforehand, or when you board the ship. Think hard before booking one for every day - you'll need a break from sightseeing occasionally and besides, the cost mounts up.
(Excursions) Short travel to events or sites of interest abroad arranged by the program staff. Excursions are often in the country you are studying in (but occasionally are further afield) and can be directly related to coursework, or may simply be a general travel opportunity.
A group trip away from a day or resident base camp, which extends not longer than two days and one night and has a particular point of interest as its destination. The group and its leader plan and carry out the trip.
The cheapest, published fare offered by a Domestic, US airline. Also known as Super-saver or Max saver fares
A sudden, very rapid rise in the power level of a reactor caused by supercriticality. Excursions are usually quickly suppressed by the moderator temperature coefficient, the fuel temperature coefficient, or the void coefficient of reactivity (depending upon reactor design), or by rapid insertion ...
The movement of the cone or diaphragm of a speaker. Higher volts or amps will increase excursion.
Organized outing to a specific place of interest.
Journey where the traveler returns to the original point of departure.
One complete movement of expansion and contraction of the lungs
The distance a speaker driver travels to reproduce an audio frequency.
The excursion of a harmonic vibration is the double amplitude or peak-to-peak magnitude of displacement.
this refers to the amount of linear travel (forward and rearward motion) a speaker or subwoofer is capable of.
The total distance a speaker cone can move.
The distance a driver's diaphragm is capable of moving from the at-rest position. Maximum linear excursion (Xmax) refers to how far a driver cone can move while the still under control of the motor. ...
Noun – a tour organised for you by someone else, usually a tour operator. “We went on an excursion to the Tower of London.”
Round-trip completed within a specified period of time.