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We went on a 10-day tour of central Africa.
walking tours in the Austrian Tyrol
The group is currently on tour in the UK.
They begin a world tour with four concerts in Britain.
Stewart captains the team for this leg of the tour.
The president plans a European tour next month.
We were taken on a tour of the factory.
Every weekend there are free guided tours of the castle.
This is the British English definition of tour. View American English definition of tour.
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