Definition of stop-off in English:

stop-off

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noun

Another term for stopover.
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  • It is a favourite honeymoon and wedding destination and a regular stop-off for round-the-world-ticket travellers.
  • Greg is on a somewhat circuitous route to see Scotland, with stop-offs in Barcelona, Madrid, Salamanca and Porto before getting to Braga, where the match is being played.
  • The trip will take around 12 days as Simon plans to make several stop-offs at camp sites and hostels across Europe and once he arrives in late August will be taking lessons to learn the language.

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