Definition of 'stopover'
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There is no question of having colluded in the stopover of any flights. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But he has hinted he may skip the flight on a stopover. The Sun (2008)What should we see during our short stopover? Times, Sunday Times (2015)The woman left the flight at its stopover in Singapore. The Sun (2011)Perfect for a short stopover, they give you enough time to have a meal or a drive around the island. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I have a short stopover in Singapore. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Beijing works best as a stopover on journeys to Sydney and Melbourne. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I booked the cruise in June last year, and the confirmation clearly includes the hotel stopover. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The free stopover offer is available to all passengers who book a return flight between Europe and the US. The Sun (2010)
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Used Occasionally. stopover is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'stopover'
British English: stopover /ˈstɒpˌəʊvə/ NOUN
A stopover is a short stay in a place in between parts of a journey.
He is planning a holiday in Europe next year with a two-day stopover in Singapore.
- American English: stopover
- Arabic: تَوقُّفٌ فِي رِحْلَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: escala viagem
- Chinese: 中途停留
- Croatian: kratko zadržavanje
- Czech: přerušení cesty
- Danish: kortvarigt ophold
- Dutch: reisonderbreking
- European Spanish: estancia parada
- Finnish: pysähdys matkan varrella
- French: escale
- German: Zwischenstation
- Greek: ενδιάμεσος σταθμός
- Italian: sosta
- Japanese: 立ち寄ること
- Korean: 도중 하차
- Norwegian: opphold
- Polish: przerwa w podróży
- European Portuguese: escala viagem
- Romanian: popas
- Russian: остановка в пути
- Latin American Spanish: estancia
- Swedish: mellanlandning
- Thai: การหยุดพักระหว่างทาง
- Turkish: konaklama
- Ukrainian: зупинка в дорозі
- Vietnamese: sự nghỉ giữa chuyến đi
Definition of stopover from the Collins English Dictionary
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