- to travel throughout the world, especially regularly or frequently.
Origin of globetrot
First recorded in 1880–85; back formation from globetrotter
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Examples from the Web for globetrotting
The Daily Beast is calling on all its globetrotting readers to send the coolest photos from their recent travels.Daily Beast Readers, Send Us Your Vacation Photos!
February 28, 2013
They had loved the outdoors and had been globetrotting for years.Iran Hikers' Two-Year Ordeal
September 14, 2011
The khaki-sporting, globetrotting old man has an iconic white beard and a refined booze palate.The Hemingway Lesson
July 5, 2011
What does globetrotting teach a reporter that D.C. and Manhattan cannot?P.J. O'Rourke's Ride on the Wild Side
June 11, 2009