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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtravellertrav‧el‧ler British English, traveler American English /ˈtrævə $ -ər/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 TRAVELsomeone who is on a journey or someone who travels often frequent travellers to Francesee thesaurus at tourist, travel2 British EnglishHOME someone who travels around from place to place living in a caravangipsy
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travellerAs a traveller I am a seasoned whinger.Now he was a traveller with a destination.A traveller passing through the area afterwards reported scenes of utter devastation.80,000 air travellers pass through the terminal every day.One of the inn's habitués, a commercial traveller named Thomas Paufer, bore an uncanny resemblance to Johnson.Every traveller was struck by the sight of gibbets and tortured bodies.Many travellers find that facilities for young children are often inadequate.As a seasoned traveller I know the value of being able to speak at least a few words of the local language.Many of the exotic fruits may provide a wonderful meal for the traveller, but some contain a deadly poison.The traveller, we now discover, is a young man whose ailing parents want him to stay within reach.Looks like Howie and his pals jumped the two traveller guys on the road; landed one in hospital, apparently.
From Longman Business Dictionarytravellertrav‧el‧ler /ˈtrævələ-lər/ British English, traveler American English noun [countable] TRAVELsomeone who travels from one place to another, or to several different places by air, road, rail etcThe most important thing for abusiness traveller is to get there on time. commercial traveller
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