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tour

noun [C]  /tʊr/ us  
a visit to a place or area, esp. one during which you look around the place or area and learn about it: a walking tour a sightseeing tour A tour is also a planned visit to several places to give performances: The band is currently on tour in Australia.

tour

verb [I/T]  /tʊr/ us  
to go on a tour somewhere: [T] We spent a month touring France. [I] Alanis is touring to promote her new album.
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