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side trip

a brief excursion off the main route of an itinerary, as to visit a particular person or place.
Origin of side trip
1820-30, Americanism
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side tripper, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • But the cost of a side trip for business purposes is deductible.
  • So everyone takes a little side trip that turns out to be far more than they expected.
  • The tour also includes a side trip to a spring-fed swimming area.
  • Often, hotels and hostels will allow you to store larger bags while you take a side trip.
  • Those who were sick, tired, or hungry or who needed a wagon fixed would make the side trip to the mission.

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