Definition of caravanning in English:

caravanning

Line breaks: cara¦van|ning
Pronunciation: /ˈkarəvanɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun] British
The activity of spending a holiday in a caravan: caravanning and camping are her favourite ways of getting away from it all
More example sentences
  • With more than a million caravans and motorhomes in use, caravanning has become one of the fastest-growing leisure activities in the country.
  • He enjoyed caravanning holidays, sailing, and repairing boats and cars.
  • One of his great interests was caravanning and he and mum would go off on holidays just about every weekend.

Derivatives

caravanner

noun
More example sentences
  • We must do all we can to safeguard the natural heritage that draws campers and caravanners to the area.
  • Campers and caravanners are also at risk when erecting tents or television aerials on caravans.
  • My company is publicising a big caravan show, you see, and as we understand it, a large number of divers are in fact caravanners.

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