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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.


[ˈgləʊbˈtrɒtɪŋ] nviaggi mpl per il mondo
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Now, you know a young person like Maria can't go globetrotting alone.
O'Neill (right) said: "Having done a bit of globetrotting, I think Kyle is happy to be settled at this stage.
Well, in celebration of chicken and egg recipes across the world, globetrotting cooks Si and and Dave begin their latest world tour on home turf by showing viewers how to ensure they make a perfect roast dinner every time.
Report Italy KARL BurKe-trained globetrotting mare odeliz capped a fine career with a second Group 1 victory by taking the Premio Longines Lydia Tesio at Capannelle, writes David Baxter.
05pM FBI agent Guy Pearce tracks Don Cheadle, a Sudanese-American Muslim, in a globetrotting conspiracy thriller.
Kate Quilton also signs off the run with an enviable globetrotting opportunity.
Ben Fogle's Animal Clinic Channel 5, 8pm Adventurer Ben Fogle must have learned how to deal with his itchy feet by now after years of globetrotting, but there's one thing sure to keep Ben in one place for a longer stint of time - his love of animals.
Judge Denise McAdam has more than three decades experience styling Royal hair, while globetrotting styler Alain Pichon, whose clients include David Beckham, will also be giving his opinion on the wannabe superstar snippers.
Dunlop, who forever will be associated with the brilliant globetrotting mare Ouija Board, paid tribute to his staff at Newmarket's La Grange Stables: "It's a big day for the horse and the team.
The lightly raced four-year-old won three of his six starts last season for the now retired Michael Jarvis, who recommended him to Sheikh Mohammed's globetrotting operation.
IT may be more used to Tyneside, but the Angel of the North has been doing some serious globetrotting, thanks to an adventurous bunch of schoolchildren.
The rise in globetrotting means the typical adult will clock up 15,953 miles a year in the air.