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day-trip

[ dey-trip ]
/ ˈdeɪˌtrɪp /
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verb (used without object), day-tripped, day-trip·ping,
to travel as a day-tripper.
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Origin of day-trip

Back formation from day-tripper
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British Dictionary definitions for day-trip

day trip

noun
a journey made to and from a place within one day

Derived forms of day trip

day-tripper, noun
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