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The band say the tour added extra focus to what they wanted to say on the record. The Sun (2017)Their son grew up on tour and would perform with them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He toured the country to rapturous applause. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The garden has been a refuge from the world and from the demands of touring and performing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is also a tour of Pompeii that shows how the town looked before the volcano eruption. The Sun (2016)What, so he can go on tour with you? Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is the hardest country to tour and a nation where you can't get away from rugby. The Sun (2016)But his solo tour also fits the message that only he has the strength and will to dismantle the Washington machine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The other stops on the olfactory tour include a trip to a chichi perfume boutique, a spice shop and a tea shop. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For many people the tour also includes restaurants (a key influence on domestic interiors) and museums. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My first dozen stops were like a tour of duty in local church ministry. Christianity Today (2000)There are also daytime tours of the venue. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are quite a few people on this tour always at the stage door. The Sun (2012)Which was the best country you toured? Times, Sunday Times (2011)We did two or three different tours with them. The Sun (2008)He produced the album with genuine panache and plays drums in her touring band. The Sun (2014)This process can be best observed when a sporting team go on tour. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The world tour will go on for ten months which will be both physically and mentally demanding. The Sun (2013)His current tour of duty ends next year and he will decide his future in the autumn. The Sun (2012)The hotel also offers tours to explore the beautiful countryside. The Sun (2014)The minimum number for a tour is four people. The Sun (2011)The personnel on this tour are different and we have a more attacking approach. The Sun (2015)My tour of the building resumes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The men joined a tour of the castle and overpowered a female member of staff before pulling the painting from the wall. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The alternative was stand-up tours or performing in small independent films. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She rounds off tours by cooking the morning's haul for lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If you sell out an arena tour, you perform to a stadium tour. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It's the first record to use his touring band in ten years. The Sun (2016)England rugby and cricket teams touring Australia have grown accustomed to something far less than a warm welcome. Times, Sunday Times (2011)All of which means that a touring cricket team do not need to make life any harder for themselves than it has to be. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Inglês Britânico: tour /tʊə/ NOUN
by musician A tour is an organized trip that people such as musicians, politicians, or theatre companies go on to several different places, stopping to meet people or perform.
The band are currently on a two-month tour of Europe.
- Inglês Americano: tour
- Árabe: جَوْلَة
- Português Brasileiro: ir em turnê
- Chinês: 旅游
- Croata: turneja
- Tcheco: zájezd
- Dinamarquês: tur
- Holandês: tour
- Espanhol Europeu: gira
- Finlandês: kiertomatka
- Francês: tour visite
- Alemão: Tour
- Grego: περιοδεία
- Italiano: giro turistico
- Japonês: 旅行
- Coreano: 여행
- Norueguês: rundreise
- Polonês: wycieczka
- Português Europeu: digressão
- Romeno: turneu
- Russo: тур
- Espanhol: gira
- Sueco: rundresa
- Tailandês: การท่องเที่ยวไปชมสถานที่ต่างๆ
- Turco: tur gezi
- Ucraniano: турне
- Vietnamita: chuyến du lịch
Inglês Britânico: tour /tʊə/ VERB
When people such as musicians, politicians, or theatre companies tour, they go on a tour, for example in order to perform or to meet people.
A few years ago they toured the country in a roadshow.
He toured for nearly two years.
- Inglês Americano: tour
- Árabe: يَتَجَوَّلُ
- Português Brasileiro: passear
- Chinês: 游览
- Croata: obilaziti
- Tcheco: procestovat
- Dinamarquês: være på turne
- Holandês: touren
- Espanhol Europeu: recorrer
- Finlandês: tehdä kiertomatka
- Francês: visiter
- Alemão: bereisen
- Grego: περιοδεύω
- Italiano: fare un giro turistico
- Japonês: 旅行する
- Coreano: 여행하다
- Norueguês: reise rundt
- Polonês: objechać
- Português Europeu: passear
- Romeno: a merge în turneu
- Russo: турне
- Espanhol: recorrer
- Sueco: resa runt
- Tailandês: ตระเวน
- Turco: tura çıkmak
- Ucraniano: відправлятися в турне
- Vietnamita: chuyến lưu diễn
Inglês Britânico: tour NOUN
by tourist A tour is a trip during which you visit several places that interest you.
It was week five of my tour of the major cities of Europe.
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