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traveller noun

ADJ. business | commercial Her father was a commercial traveller who sold kitchenware. | frequent Attractive discounts are available to frequent travellers. | foreign, international | great, inveterate, keen, seasoned | adventurous, intrepid | independent Independent travellers often steer clear of the most touristy spots. | discerning | fellow I got to know my fellow travellers quite well in the course of the three-day journey. | tired, weary | unwary Stations can be dangerous places for the unwary traveller. | air, rail/railway, train | space | armchair (= sb who doesn't travel but likes to read about distant places) His travel books have given pleasure to generations of armchair travellers.

VERB + TRAVELLER guide Local tribesmen earn their living guiding travellers across the mountains.