Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of backpacker.
  • noun A hostel catering to backpackers.

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Examples

  • Here I sit, ten and a half years later in what was once a sought after sleepy retreat for long term backpackers to kick back and relax over a few cold beers and banana pancakes but no longer is relaxation found.

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  • Some long-term backpackers just care about size and weight.

    Vagablogging :: Rolf Potts Vagabonding Blog

  • BBC Worldwide said it had this week acquired the final part of the Australia-based company that produces the popular travel guides, dubbed the "backpackers' bible", after purchasing 75 per cent of the firm in 2007.

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  • BBC Worldwide said it had this week acquired the final part of the Australia-based company that produces the popular travel guides, dubbed the "backpackers' bible", after purchasing 75 per cent of the firm in 2007.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Many of those people will be backpackers, which is a concern for the Foreign Office.

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  • Even the so called backpackers car market was dodgy.

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  • After months of scoping out other boats and touring shipyards, Mr. Mackay was surprised to learn that many deckhands on yachts were mere "backpackers" hired "off the street."

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  • I gues the reason people are saying "the West fell off" is because most those great rappers you talked about would be considered "backpackers" by today's youth...

    Hella West Coast Compilations AKA Cali Been Active

  • "There are Queensland-based companies looking for the work and not getting the opportunity to get on these projects because the Government has contracted the work out, and they have used cheap overseas workers such as backpackers," state secretary Michael Ravbar said.

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  • "There are Queensland-based companies looking for the work and not getting the opportunity to get on these projects because the Government has contracted the work out, and they have used cheap overseas workers such as backpackers," state secretary Michael Ravbar said.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

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