Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

tour in English:

1. tourism tourist



2. an organized journey to see the sights of a place



3. going somewhere and going sightseeing



4. tour


He is leaving for China on an inspection tour next month.
During the tour he broke apart from the group and found his own way.
Why did we have to come on this tour? It's really boring.
It's more interesting to travel alone than to go on a group tour.
guided tour
Contador won the yellow jersey in the Tour de France.
On a fine day in spring, we enjoyed a walking tour to the full.
French finance minister Christine Lagarde headed to Brazil as part of a tour to garner support for her candidacy.
Her heart burst with gladness to see her husband return home from his overseas tour of Iran.
He said on his return, "It has been a wonderful tour."
Her latest album is a tour de force. It even has a storyline.
On his tour of Italy, he visited several cities which are famous for their scenic beauty, for instance, Naples and Florence.
Return fare to New York, accommodation, full board and some guided sight-seeing tours.
Guided tours in English are offered several times a day for a small fee.
We did a city tour in Paris after having a meal.

5. tour's



English word "tour"(tour's) occurs in sets:

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