verb (used without object), globe·trot·ted, globe·trot·ting.
to travel throughout the world, especially regularly or frequently.
drift, reach, encompass, spread, cover, travel, swing, explore, cruise, trek, traipse, ramble, stray, hike, float, roam, straggle, meander, amble, saunter
- globe valve,
- globigerina ooze,
Origin of globetrot
First recorded in 1880–85; back formation from globetrotter
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