Round-trip



noun
1.
a trip to a given place and back again:
Fares for round trips often have a discount.
2.
a transportation ticket for such a trip.
3.
Pinochle. roundhouse (def 4).
noun
1.
a trip to a place and back again, esp returning by a different route
A journey to a given place and back again, usually over the same route; also, a ticket for such a trip. For example, The fare for a round trip is generally lower than for two one-way journeys. [ Mid-1800s ]

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