day trip Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"day trip" in British English

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day tripnoun [C]

uk   us  
a ​visit to a ​place in which you go there and come back on the same ​day: Do you ​fancy coming on a ​daytrip to Bath next ​Saturday?
day-tripper
noun [C] uk   /ˈdeɪ.trɪp.ər/  us   //
The ​coast is ​full of day-trippers at this ​time of ​year.
(Definition of day trip from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"day trip" in American English

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day tripnoun [C]

 /ˈdeɪ ˌtrɪp/
a ​visit to a ​place in which you ​returnhome or to ​yourhotel on the same day
day-tripper
noun [C]  /ˈdeɪ ˌtrɪp·ər/
A lot of the ​people on the ​beach are day-trippers.
(Definition of day trip from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “day trip”
in Arabic رِحلة لِيَوم واحِد…
in Korean 당일 여행…
in Portuguese excursão de um dia…
in Catalan excursió d’un dia…
in Japanese 日帰り旅行…
in Chinese (Simplified) 当日往返的旅行, 一日游…
in Chinese (Traditional) 即日來回的旅行, 一天遊…
in Italian gita (di un giorno)…
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