to steer something or find a route along a usually difficult path
Past Participle form
When we are driving, I never navigate. I always get lost.
She navigates for the ship.
A: We need to get from here to the other side of the mountain.
B: How do we get there?
A: We have to navigate around the lake first.
Last weekend, I navigated over a few hills.
The pilot navigated the plane from London to New York.
A: Where's the information on the website?
B: It's hard to find isn't it?
A: Yes. It's a horrible website to navigate.
I'm navigating the journey for us.
She was navigating the boat to the dock when it hit a rock.
A: Where's David this weekend?
B: He's out of town. He's camping.
A: Nice. Just camping?
B: He's also navigating his way around a few hills.
I've navigated a ship across the Mediterranean ocean.
The captain has navigated cruise ships for years.
A: How do birds find their way south for the winter?
B: They've navigated the way for years so learn.
A: Oh. Interesting.