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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtravellingtrav‧el‧ling1 British English, traveling American English /ˈtrævəlɪŋ/ ●○○ adjective [only before noun]  1 travelling expenses2 travelling companion3 travelling musician/circus/exhibition etc4 travelling rug/clock etc5 travelling people/folk
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travellingThe full amount of excess travelling expenses can be reclaimed.He'd never hankered after the travelling life.His father was a travelling salesman and was very rarely at home.
travellingtravelling2 British English, traveling American English noun [uncountable]  1 the act or activity of going from one place to another, especially places that are far away After retiring, we’ll do some travelling.2 taking more than three steps while holding the ball in basketball
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travellingFor a chart-busting pop star with a heavy travelling schedule - like Sinitta - it is particularly hard.Scottie loved travelling and behaved splendidly during the long drives and sailing periods.When railway travelling commenced, Mr Wright was wiser than many other coach operators.Age does not matter I like reading, travelling, making friends and photography.
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