Definition of Tour de France in English:

Tour de France

Line breaks: Tour de France
Pronunciation: /ˌtʊə də ˈfrɑːns
 
, tuʀ də fʀɑ̃s/
An annual long-distance race for professional cyclists first held in 1903 and taking place primarily on the roads of France over a period of about three weeks. It consists of multiple stages which are separately timed, several of these stages encompassing mountainous terrain in the Alps and the Pyrenees.

Origin

French, literally 'tour of France'.

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