Definition of day trip in English:

day trip

noun

  • A journey or excursion completed in one day.

    • ‘It has ended the quick day trip for US passengers, because the security delays mean it's no longer possible.’
    • ‘To finalise the tour the best was to come, a day trip to Eurodisney, just outside Paris.’
    • ‘We did a day trip out to Shepreth Wildlife Park while they were here.’
    • ‘Activities include arts and crafts, sports, swimming, bowling, cinema and a day trip.’
    • ‘Almost thirty teenagers will travel to Oakwood on a day trip this Thursday.’
    • ‘My wife and I also took a day trip down to Battle, where the Battle of Hastings was fought.’
    • ‘Mr McGuire had been taking a group of RAF cadets out on a day trip to Bury when he returned to his car and discovered the parking ticket.’
    • ‘His favourite day trip would be a visit to a wildlife park or to the zoo.’
    • ‘School's out: we went on a day trip to Luxor - five hours by coach, but worth it!’
    • ‘He said that on the day of her disappearance, the family had planned a day trip to Blackpool, but his wife felt unwell and chose not to join them.’
    • ‘As a tourist destination it was overshadowed by the majesty of Niagara Falls which is a comfortable day trip from the city.’
    • ‘Bear in mind that a day trip will still only give you four and a half hours of shopping time.’
    • ‘Monte Carlo is only a ten-minute train ride from Nice, so it seemed like the perfect day trip.’
    • ‘My wife wanted to visit Barcelona, and persuaded me to drive to the Catalonian capital for a day trip.’
    • ‘A good day trip should involve either a very short drive or lots of leisurely driving.’
    • ‘I think we became the first people traveling from Shanghai to cram the experience into a day trip!’
    • ‘You may be tempted to extend Texas Tourism Week and take a different day trip every weekend.’
    • ‘I remember one winter doing a day trip from Eastbourne to the Wainuiomata Coast Road and back.’
    • ‘I am still amazed at the fact that I can go to Cornwall for a day trip.’
    • ‘This group holds an event each month, mostly at local clubs with an occasional day trip by bus or weekend away.’
    trip, excursion, jaunt, expedition, pleasure trip, day out, tour, mystery tour, airing, drive, ride, run, turn, cruise, sally
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Pronunciation

day trip

/ˈdeɪ ˌtrɪp//ˈdā ˌtrip/