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round-trip in Transport topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishround-tripˈround-trip1 noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š TTTRAVELa journey to a place and back again πŸ”Š a round-trip ticket from Los Angeles to New York30 mile/360 kilometre/2 hour etc round trip πŸ”Š A coachload of supporters made the 700-mile round trip to South Devon.round-trip of πŸ”Š It’s a round trip of 90 miles.
Examples from the Corpus
round-tripβ€’ It takes four round trips to qualify for a free ticket.β€’ Distributors would travel perhaps a 1,500-kilometre round trip to collect stocks of vehicle accessories.β€’ Duncan charged Β£5-a-head for the 200-mile round trip to the new brewery.β€’ He had made the round trip in a day.β€’ It had begun, five years ago, as Project Jupiterthe first manned round trip to the greatest of the planets.β€’ London flights are $ 418 a person round trip.β€’ NetSAAver fares are based on distance and usually range from $ 69 to $ 299 round trip, the airline says.β€’ The round trip of some twelve miles is one of the finest of mountain expeditions.β€’ The boatmen who brought trade goods up the Missouri as far as the Yellowstone made $ 220 for the round trip.made ... round tripβ€’ He had made the round trip in a day.