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[trav-uh-ler, trav-ler] /ˈtræv ə lər, ˈtræv lər/
noun, Chiefly British
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nontraveller, noun Unabridged
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  • The time measured by an observer at rest is gamma times that measured by the traveller.
  • Books for the armchair traveller come to the rescue.
  • He wore his traveller's pants: the legs unzipped so that the slacks became shorts.
  • If you're a business traveller, it's time to rejoice.
  • No one disputes a traveller's right to switch airlines, or an airline's right to switch suppliers.
  • Every business traveller has probably spent a night in a hotel where both state and local taxes are added to travellers' bills.
  • From the platinum-plated premium-fare payer to the rock-bottom budget traveller, everyone has to undergo it.
  • Indeed, the more costly the trip, the more likely a traveller is to use a traditional travel agent.
  • His viewpoint was totally different from that of the trapper or pioneer, explorer or traveller.
  • Here in the houseless wild, to direct the traveller's journey.
British Dictionary definitions for traveller


/ˈtrævələ; ˈtrævlə/
a person who travels, esp habitually
(sometimes capital) a member of the travelling people
a part of a mechanism that moves in a fixed course
  1. a thimble fitted to slide freely on a rope, spar, or rod
  2. the fixed rod on which such a thimble slides
(Austral) a swagman
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