globetrot


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globe·trot

 (glōb′trŏt′)
intr.v. globe·trot·ted, globe·trot·ting, globe·trots
To travel often and widely, especially for sightseeing.

[Back-formation from globetrotter.]

globe′trot′ter n.
globe′trot′ting n.
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In this globetrot, Calderazzo takes readers to the most volatile peaks in the world to better understand how volcanoes work and how people live with and study them.
Local services are being cut to the brim yet this lot can find the funds to globetrot all over the world.
The baby is to live in the States with Cowell's US fiancee Lauren Silverman while The X Factor mogul continues to globetrot.