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Related to tourista: Turistas, Travellers Diarrhoea


n. Informal
Variant of turista.
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or tu•ris•ta

(tʊˈri stə)

traveler's diarrhea, esp. as experienced in Latin America.
[1955–60; < Sp turista tourist]
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