tour

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtʊər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/tʊr/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(tŏŏr)


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tour

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [guided, free, private, package, royal, virtual] tour
  2. an [audio, inspection] tour
  3. a [week, fortnight, three-week] tour (in)
  4. a [quick, short, brief] tour (of)
  5. take a tour [of, around, through]
  6. [organize, go on, take] a tour
  7. will give you the tour
  8. the [guest, royal, president] was given a tour (of)
  9. a tour of the [town, factory, house, building, premises, office, islands]
  10. a tour with [lunch, dinner, dancing]
  11. their [European, World, UK] tour
  12. the [second, latest, October] leg of their (European) tour
  13. the [band, group, singer] is on tour
  14. the [band] is on tour in [Asia]
  15. [a military, an army] tour
  16. tour of duty
  17. is on his [second] tour in [Afghanistan]
n as adj
  1. a tour [guide, operator, agent]
v
  1. tour the [city, building, school, ruins]
  2. toured [Australia, Europe]
  3. toured [around, through, throughout, across] [Australia]
  4. toured with [the band, his musicians]
  5. the [band, performance] toured
  6. toured for [two months]
  7. touring and [recording, performing, playing]
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