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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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safarisa‧fa‧ri /səˈfɑːri/ noun [countable]  1 DLTa trip to see or hunt wild animals, especially in Africaon safari They went on safari in Kenya.2 safari suit/jacket
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safariStraus could have spent his life clipping coupons, safari hunting, or writing the hyperventilating prose that was his second love.Tea is brought by a small furtive man in a grey safari suit.For an additional £145 visitors can opt to vacate their hotel rooms for a two-night safari.All Sovereign clients are guaranteed a window seat on our safari bus.I suppose because photographic safaris are great for you and me, but they feel kind of lame to a born hunter.
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