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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishholidaymakerhol‧i‧day‧mak‧er /ˈhɒlədiˌmeɪkə $ ˈhɑːlədeɪˌmeɪkər/ noun [countable]  British EnglishHOLIDAY someone who has travelled to a place on holidaytourist syn vacationer American English
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holidaymakerRegrettably, most overseas hotels are not well equipped for disabled holidaymakers.A superb choice for the discerning holidaymaker.Even so, with her suitcase as well, we look like holidaymakers returning from a wet week away.The main factor which takes most holidaymakers abroad is undoubtedly the better weather.Most holidaymakers still opt for travellers' cheques which are no longer the cheapest means of funding trips abroad.Richard Barnet joined a group of holidaymakers on a visit to the Cotswolds, as they toured three very different gardens.The town seems so empty in the autumn when all the holidaymakers have gone home.An attractive modern city, Gdynia offers much in the way of general amenities for the holidaymaker.We joined some of the holidaymakers, as they looked around the garden at Little Tulsa in Cirencester.
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