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day return

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Definition of day return in English:

noun

British
A reduced-price fare for a journey on public transport out and back in one day.
Example sentences
  • The 35-mile journey takes 1hr 45 min, so a day return is more than possible.
  • A pensioner using a railcard for a day return from Brighton to Evesham can find himself paying any of 11 different fares, from £24.30 to £92.80, depending on which trains he happens to book.
  • The normal day return for the trip London-Brighton from Victoria Station is £15 and from Kings Cross Station (which takes a little longer) is £10.

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