- n. alternative spelling of round trip.
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“When I asked to buy the round-trip tickets, the agent looked up with surprise.”
“The route from La Stampa suggests a round-trip ferry crossing of the Messina Straits for just one stage in Sicily, followed by a long highway transfer on a later rest day.”
“A round-trip flight to Atlanta, GA during Dragon*Con, one of the largest multi-media, popular culture conventions focusing on science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the US.”
“If you're looking to get out of town this weekend and enjoy some of that sweet fall foliage, consider these two foodie field trips (one on Saturday, the other on Sunday) that offer round-trip transportation and plenty to eat, drink, and drink in.”
“Another calculation looked at the lifetime risk of developing breast cancer among two million 5-year-old girls who would fly round-trip once a week for a year.”
“One unique feature is that the Kent and Sussex Steam Railway runs through the farm – try its weekend round-trip supper service.”
“A round-trip ticket that in 1995 would have cost $410.30 in 2010 dollars, including nominal bag and reservations fees, now goes for $337.97, and that includes $21.66 in bag and reservations charges, the DOT says.”
“Price: $160 to $320 more round-trip on international flights.”
“Air France's "Premium Voyageur" seats cost an average of about $1,500 to $1,600 to fly round-trip between New York and Paris, according to Christian Herzog , senior vice president of marketing for Air France-KLM.”
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