Tour-de-France

Tour-de-France

[toor-duh-frans, -frahns; French toor-duh-frahns]
noun
a bicycle touring race, held over a period of 21 days: it covers about 2500 miles (4000 km) in France, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Switzerland.

Origin:
< French: tour of France

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