- n. A trip from one destination to another and then returning to the starting location.
- n. a trip to some place and back again
- round (“complete, entire"; "forming a circle or cycle”) + trip (“journey”) (Wiktionary)
“The round trip from the airfields at Tatsinskaya and Morozovsk involved a flight time of nearly three hours — excluding that spent loading and unloading — so, with only one sortie per day likely, this meant that a force of 225 Ju 52 aircraft would have to be serviceable every day.”
“It was the event of the fall: two loads of butter, of twenty or more firkins each, to be transported fifty miles in a lumber wagon, each round trip taking about four days.”
“Even if they brought us back to Hegemony-space, the round trip would have cost us eleven years worth of friends and family.”
“That's an eighty-mile round trip for my trucks, what used to be a five-mile round trip.”
“The round trip from Sevettigärvi to buy staple supplies in stores in Norway was reduced from three days by reindeer sled to five hours by snowmobile.”
““I think,” Otterly said quietly, “that Ralph did make a round trip during the dance.”
“I put together a plan to follow our 2003 team’s climb with an attempt at a solo speed ascent, hoping to complete the first sub-twenty-four-hour round trip on the mountain.”
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