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road warrior

n. Informal
A person who travels frequently, especially on business.
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road′ war`rior


n.
Slang. a person who travels extensively on business.
[sugg. by the film Mad Max: The Road Warrior (1981)]
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First you should ask yourself: Am I a portable user, who will set up office in my hotel room or other place, or a road warrior, who sets up shop anywhere and everywhere--planes, cabs and airports.
The Road Warriors guard, who was put in the forefront of running the team's offense after Kiefer Ravena's sudden shelving, made the most out of the opportunity.
The Road Warriors are hoping for a big turnaround with Ravena set to see action after serving his lengthy FIBA ban.
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