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Line breaks: trip|per
Pronunciation: /ˈtrɪpə

Definition of tripper in English:


British informal
A person who goes on a pleasure trip or excursion.
Example sentences
  • When airline deregulation added competition in 1978, pleasure trippers snapped up cheap short-haul fares, too.
  • North Yorkshire's tourist routes were jammed with trippers and Bank Holiday weekend events attracted visitors in their thousands across the county.
  • This means that the river makes a far more logical passenger transport route, for workers rather than just trippers and tourists, than it ever used to.

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