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tourtour2 ●●○ verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [intransitive, transitive]DLTTRAVEL to visit several parts of a country or area πŸ”Š We’re touring the Greek islands this summer.β–Ί see thesaurus at travel2 [transitive] to go round or be shown round a place πŸ”Š The minister had been invited to tour the new factory.β†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
tourβ€’ The team is currently touring Australia in a series of friendly games.β€’ Steve and Maggie have toured extensively and together present a unique blend of traditional and Tilston material.β€’ The theatre company will tour later this year.β€’ He seemed to be touring other worlds.β€’ The following morning there will be an opportunity to tour some of the local cultural attractions in informal groups.β€’ For our summer vacation this year we're touring Spain in a camper.β€’ We shall tour the city for two hours and then meet back at the bus.β€’ The man behind the craze is currently touring the country in a one man and his puppets show.β€’ Lots of boats and ferries tour the islands, and many excursions are available.β€’ Sosa toured the world with an Afro-Cuban jazz band.β€’ Relentless international touring was to keep the company afloat financially for three years.β€’ Haynes recorded with Charlie Parker and toured with Sarah Vaughan in the 1950s.