- n. Plural form of trekker.
“You seem to have a knack for meeting the good kind of trekkers!”
“They claimed that the infrastructure benefited the local population as well and that the Indonesian radicals were therefore working against the interests of their own people.46 The "trekkers" were blatantly racist and followed a strict colour-line, which in turn stiffened Indonesian opposition.47”
“But for the majority of these "trekkers" who have adapted to the ways of Africa the rewards are worth the effort.”
“Now that the "trekkers" had freed South Africa from the destructive Zulu power, and had driven the Matabele away, they wished to settle in Natal, and rest from the nomadic existence that had so long been theirs.”
“The number of "trekkers" has been estimated at from five thousand to ten thousand.”
“Participation is free for source-to-sea "trekkers," who need to bring their own paddle-powered boats, appropriate gear, and lunch.”
“Bringing out the competitive nature of the "trekkers" who aim to best their colleagues, the games had involved white-water rafting, rappelling, performing and consuming various local delicacies-all such activities meant to highlight the attraction a particular place offers.”
“We were up early on Wednesday morning and left promptly with 7 other fellow 'trekkers' for the jungle.”
“Its loftiest peak, 5,199m Batian, is a daunting challenge even for experienced technical climbers, while those who top the 'trekkers' summit ', Point Lenana”
“Throughout the last four decades, Star Trek has been a mainstay in pop culture, influencing legions of 'trekkers' through television, film, and more.”
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