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Japan is very big. It would take a lifetime to travel it all.

I've never seen the phrase "travel it all." Can it be used in this way? If not, what's a better alternative?

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    It would be understood. I cannot think of an alternative but someone else may have a better idea.
    – mdewey
    Jan 11 at 14:28
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    We do say travel the world, but I think the verb is usually used intransitively - travel round it all. Jan 11 at 16:43
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I understand what you mean but it is not idiomatic. Usually we use the verb "to see".

Japan is very big. It would take a lifetime to see it all.

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