Definition of 'backpacker'
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Little wonder it's the sort of book that you find at hostels favoured by backpackers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)THE parents of a backpacker killed in a quad bike crash told of their grief last night. The Sun (2008)THE parents of a young backpacker found dead in Thailand spoke of their grief yesterday. The Sun (2015)Try Goa, which is cheap and full of young backpackers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It takes me to South-East Asia on long bus journeys and to backpacker hostels. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Most western visitors are young backpackers, who have opened up swathes of all three countries since the 1990s. Times, Sunday Times (2016)THE body of a British backpacker was found in Vietnam yesterday in the area his girlfriend asked rescuers to search five days earlier. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'backpacker'
British English: backpacker /ˈbækˌpækə/ NOUN
A backpacker is a person who goes travelling with a backpack.
- American English: backpacker
- Arabic: حَامِل حَقِيبَةُ الظَهْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: mochileiro
- Chinese: 背包客
- Croatian: turist s naprtnjačom
- Czech: turista
- Danish: rygsækrejsende
- Dutch: trekker met rugzak
- European Spanish: mochilero
- Finnish: reppuselkämatkailija
- French: randonneur
- German: Wanderer
- Greek: τουρίστας χαμηλού προϋπολογισμού
- Italian: escursionista
- Japanese: バックパッカー
- Korean: 배낭 여행자
- Norwegian: ryggsekkturist
- Polish: turysta wędrujący z plecakiem
- European Portuguese: viajante de mochila
- Romanian: persoană care călătorește cu rucsacul în spate
- Russian: пеший турист
- Spanish: mochilero
- Swedish: backpacker
- Thai: ผู้ใส่กระเป๋าสะพายหลัง
- Turkish: sırt çantasıyla dolaşan gezgin
- Ukrainian: піший турист
- Vietnamese: du khách ba lô
Definition of backpacker from the Collins English Dictionary
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