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stopover

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstopoverstop‧o‧ver /ˈstɒpˌəʊvə $ ˈstɑːpˌoʊvər/ noun [countable]  STAY WITH SB, IN A HOTEL ETCa short stay somewhere between parts of a journey, especially on a long plane journey a two-day stopover in Hong Kong
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stopoverEarlier, during a stopover visit to Guam, Cheney had promised to consider closing the base.Easily accessible by road, rail or air Novotel is a convenient stopover point for your visit to Birmingham.Fazisi survived only on the good will of the people at each stopover.Las Vegas benefited greatly from an influx of visitors, many of whom made stopovers on the way to Phoenix.Just type in your starting point and destination, then fill in the stopovers you want to make in between.The stopover ended in an uproar when Alvin insisted that the company would not leave without its sets and costumes.
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