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tour

noun [C]
 
 
/tʊər/
a visit to a place or area, especially in order to look around it and learn about it: a tour of/around/round sth As soon as we arrived, we were given a tour of the plant. We offer guided tours of the city.
TRANSPORT, COMMERCE a journey made for pleasure, especially as a holiday, visiting several different places in an area: a cycling/walking/driving tour The company specializes in cycling tours of Provence.
a visit to several places for a special purpose: The management team made a tour of all the company's retail outlets in the country.
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