from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A trip from one place to another and back, usually over the same route.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of round trip.
- v. To export (a file, data, etc.) and eventually import it again without loss of fidelity.
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I just came back from a swing through Illinois, Kentucky, and Nebraska and got what I considered a bargain roundtrip ticket ...
I bought a literally last-minute roundtrip airfare from New York to Los Angeles just to vote.
He said he is now driving 80 miles roundtrip to Trinidad to get drinking water.
Obama's only public appearance Sunday was for a roundtrip to a private gym for a workout.
The airline said in a statement that response has been strong, so one daily nonstop roundtrip flight will continue through at least October.
Los Angeles to New York was only $168.40 roundtrip, if you traveled Monday through Thursday in Sky Club Coach class.
And best of all, one of the heads of Qantas told me it's only $800 to fly roundtrip between L.A. and Sydney ... so I say giddyup!
You see, I only booked my roundtrip ticket from San Francisco to Paris.
The Russians currently charge $50 million per astronaut for each roundtrip, and that cost is likely to climb.
ERIK: I had purchased a roundtrip ticket and intended to stick to that itinerary.
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