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walkabout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Officials
walkaboutwalk‧a‧bout /ˈwɔːkəbaʊt $ ˈwɒːk-/ noun [countable] British English  1 informalPGO an occasion when an important person walks through a crowd, talking informally to people The press conference was followed by a walkabout and a factory visit.2 go walkabout
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walkaboutShe gave no outward signs of her problems when she went on a walkabout.Its cameras followed the candidates around on the campaign, showing unabridged speeches, press conferences, walkabouts.Prunella was right - why the fuss just because Blythe had gone walkabout?
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