Definition of 'holidaymaker'
Example sentences containing 'holidaymaker'
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Woman dies at sea A holidaymaker has died after being rescued from the sea off Cornwall by a lifeboat crew. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Woman dies at sea A holidaymaker has died after being rescued from the sea off Cornwall by a lifeboat crew. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There they were greeted by a breathtaking vista of rolling plains studded with wild animals and not another foreign holidaymaker in sight. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The barefoot young Tunisian fitted in as yet another holidaymaker. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The average British holidaymaker packs eight pairs of pants for a week away. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The action kicks off when a British holidaymaker is thrown off a hotel balcony. The Sun (2016)It is enough to give the hardened British holidaymaker a complex. Times, Sunday Times (2008)HOW often do we hear about a British holidaymaker stuck overseas after needing medical help? The Sun (2013)THIS was the face of an agonised British holidaymaker after a flaming shot of absinthe set him on fire. The Sun (2013) Another holidaymaker said: 'They seemed very much in love. The Sun (2010)A British holidaymaker has been found dead in the sea off Ibiza after an apparent drugs overdose. Times, Sunday Times (2013)THE Jeep safari driver who crashed killing a British holidaymaker and his daughter is to face charges over their deaths. The Sun (2008)Likewise, that same British holidaymaker would pay no more when ringing home on their mobile than they would while making any international call from home. The Sun (2006)A British holidaymaker was filmed last summer jumping from the hotel's roof into the swimming pool as part of a dare. The Sun (2015) A BRITISH holidaymaker has been killed while riding a hire moped. The Sun (2015)A BRITISH holidaymaker is feared dead after the skydiving plane she had just jumped from crashed. The Sun (2015)A BRITISH holidaymaker was arrested after stumbling into the wrong hotel room and climbing into bed with a couple. The Sun (2011)
Translations for 'holidaymaker'
British English: holidaymaker NOUN
A holidaymaker is a person who is away from their home on holiday.
They rent their houses out to holidaymakers.
Rent out your second home How to rent out your second home A new report encourages those who have second homes abroad to consider renting them out to make the most of their assets Wednesday, 21 May 2008 Holly Kirkwood A new report says Brits who own property abroad could combat the effects of the credit crunch by renting their houses out to holidaymakers Experts are predicting growth in the holiday rentals sector as more second home owners seek to make the most of their property abroad.
Definition of holidaymaker from the Collins English Dictionary
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