Definition of globetrotter in English:

globetrotter

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noun

informal
A person who travels widely.
More example sentences
  • The film contains details of the travels of the two globetrotters, and will be played during the exhibition.
  • He said he is not very widely travelled and does not describe himself as a globetrotter.
  • Bangalore has today many a globetrotter, foreign delegate, and tourist.

Derivatives

globetrot

verb
More example sentences
  • His life is charmed; drunken bets leading to madcap globetrots.
  • And there is little evidence that he wants to globetrot.
  • As he and his aides globetrot, then nation is being let down on the home front.

globetrotting

noun & adjective
More example sentences
  • Shotgunners were also traveling to South Africa, New Zealand and elsewhere in their globetrotting travels.
  • A globetrotting travelogue of unusual customs and rituals from around the world.
  • A big perk of the amateur boxing world is travel, and he still talks excitedly about his globetrotting experiences.

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