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Translation of "tour" - English-Spanish dictionary

tour

noun   /tʊər/
A2 a visit to and around a place, area, or country gira a tour of India
A2 a planned visit to several places by a sports team, group of performers, etc. gira The band is on tour in Europe.16601474
verb   /tʊər/
B1 to travel around a place for pleasure visitar to tour the States
B1 to travel around a place as part of a planned visit by a sports team, group of performers, etc. hacer una gira (por) The band is touring South America. I’m sick of touring.
(Definition of tour from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tour

noun /tuə/
a journey to several places and back viaje, excursión They went on a tour of Italy.
a visit around a particular place visita He took us on a tour of the house and gardens.
an official period of time of work usually abroad visita; (artistas) gira He did a tour of duty in Fiji.
tourism noun
the industry dealing with tourists ie hotels, catering etc turismo Tourism is an important part of our economy.
tourist noun
a person who travels for pleasure turista; (adjetivo) turístico London is usually full of tourists ( also adjective) the tourist industry.
tour guide noun
a person who guides tourists on trips. guía turístico, guía turística
tourist guide noun
a guidebook with information about tourist attractions. guía turística
(Definition of tour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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