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- n. One who treks; thus, a hiker
- n. A person who spent the night in a rural area, rather than his home, during bombing raids
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One that treks.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Specifically, one of the Boers; who took part in the great trek (which see).
- n. One who treks; a traveler; a wanderer; a migrator.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a traveler who makes a long arduous journey (as hiking through mountainous country)
He was one of my instructors--a funny, energetic, "trekker" guy.
The company will open up the rest of the continent to a new kind of trekker, development consultants, equipment manufacturers, contractors and suppliers in the water field.
He was in truth a "trekker" rather than a nomad, and he possessed the invaluable military attributes of the man unchained by cities and accustomed to wander far in a hard and bracing country.
Having grown up hiking in New England, I'm not a "straight up the mountain" kind of trekker, as many of the hikes in the central region of Chile tend to demand.
For every trekker there is an average of 3 (!) staff - guides, porters, and of course a cook.
Eventually, we climb over the brow of the craggy hill and the glistening glacier is in front of us, as well as other trekker groups admiring the view.
We request each trekker to ensure that this practice is strictly observed.
We ate well and looked on as another trekker, a fit ski instructor fresh from the Alps, struggled with the altitude.
I have a trekker and its ok just not much extra room.
To be all perfect, take that chainsaw and kill the trekker!