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trip

noun [C]
 
 
/trɪp/
a journey to a place, where you stay for a short time, and then come back again: go on/make/take a trip She always flies business class when she goes on trips to the US.
a part of a journey to or back from a place: the outward/return trip The trucks are being loaded for the return trip. →  See also business trip , round trip
Translations of “trip”
in Korean 여행…
in Arabic رِحْلة…
in Portuguese viagem, excursão…
in Catalan viatge, excursió, sortida…
in Japanese 旅行, 外出…
in Italian viaggio, gita, salto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 旅行, (通常指短途的)旅行,行程…
in Russian поездка…
in Turkish gezinti, gezi, yolculuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 旅行, (通常指短途的)旅行,行程…
in Polish podróż, wycieczka…
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