to live out of a suitcase
/lˈaɪv ˌaʊɾəv ɐ sˈuːtkeɪs/
to briefly live in one or several places, without ever unpacking one's luggage, often due to not having a permanent place to live or stay in
to breeze through sw
/bɹˈiːz θɹuː ˌɛsdˈʌbəljˌuː/
to move or pass through a place easily, quickly, and without difficulty
itchy feet
/ˈɪtʃi fˈiːt/
a strong urge to travel or leave somewhere
on the road
/ɑːnðə ɹˈoʊd/
in an active state of travel by car, bus, or other form of transportation
the call of the wild
/ðə kˈɔːl ʌvðə wˈaɪld/
the instinctive desire to return to a more primitive, untamed way of life, often associated with the wilderness or natural world
to hit the road
/hˈɪt ðə ɹˈoʊd/
to leave a location, usually to embark on a journey or trip
to test the waters
/tˈɛst ðə wˈɔːɾɚz/
to examine the chances of something's success before trying it
(of a person) talking a lot regarding a subject or claiming to know a great deal about it
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