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单词 tourist
释义  Related topics: Tourismtour·ist /ˈtʊərɪst $ ˈtʊr-/ ●●● W3 noun [countable]  1  DLTHOLIDAYsomeone who is visiting a place for pleasure on holiday 游客,游人,观光客 Cambridge is always full of tourists in the summer. 剑桥在夏季总是挤满了游客。 The Statue of Liberty is a major tourist attraction. 自由女神像是主要的旅游景点。 What effect will this have on the local tourist industry? 这对当地的旅游业会有什么影响?tourist centre/destination/resort etc Durham, with its cathedral and castle, is a popular tourist centre. 达勒姆有大教堂和城堡,是个十分受欢迎的旅游中心。► see thesaurus at traveln2. medical/sex/libel etc tourist someone who travels to a foreign country in order to do a particular thing, especially because they cannot do it in their own country or it is more expensive or less easy theren COLLOCATIONSadjectivesforeign touristsMillions of foreign tourists visit the capital every year.an American/Japanese etc touristShe saw a crowd of Japanese tourists, cameras at the ready, wandering down the path.verbstourists visit a placeAbout six million tourists visit the country each year.tourists flock to a place (=visit it in large numbers)Tourists have flocked to the area ever since the TV series was filmed there.attract/draw touristsThey hope to change the image of the city and attract more tourists.tourist + NOUNa tourist attraction (=an interesting place for tourists to see or an enjoyable activity for them to do)Yellowstone National Park is a major tourist attraction.a tourist destination/centre/spotEgypt became a popular tourist destination in the nineteenth century.the tourist industryThe tourist industry is booming, with more visitors this year than ever before.the tourist season (=the period in a year when large numbers of tourists visit a place)Even in the tourist season the beaches don’t get packed.phrasesa group/party of touristsThe guide was talking to a party of tourists. THESAURUStourist someone who is visiting a place for pleasure on holiday 游客The hotel is very popular with tourists. 这家酒店很受游客欢迎。a major tourist destination 一个主要的旅游目的地traveller British English, traveler American English someone who travels somewhere 旅行者,旅客a weary traveller returning home after a long journey 远游归来的疲惫游客The building’s luxurious interior will appeal to business travellers. 大楼的豪华内部设施将会吸引商务旅客。The strike will affect air travellers. 此次罢工将会对航空旅客造成影响。nPaul Theroux, the American traveller, once went from London to India by train. visitor someone who comes to visit a particular country, area, museum etc 游客;参观者Times Square attracts more than 30 million visitors annually. 时代广场每年吸引超过3,000万的游客。holiday-maker British English, vacationer American English someone who is on holiday somewhere 度假者The beach was packed with holiday-makers. 海滩上挤满了度假者。n75 percent of Alamo's rentals are to vacationers.sightseer a tourist who is visiting a famous or interesting place 观光客Crowds of sightseers come to London every year. 每年都有成群的观光客来到伦敦。backpacker someone who is travelling for pleasure, staying in cheap accommodation and carrying a backpack 背包客a cheap hotel which is used mainly by backpackers 主要为背包客入住的廉价旅馆Examples from the Corpustourist• Tourists can use the colour-coded map to guide themselves on walks of the city.• A tourist visa is required for most nationalities.• More than 3 million American tourists visit Britain every year.• It was neither feasible nor necessary to deny tourists who were lured to the Falls the attractions they expected.• Britain is one of the world's top five tourist destinations.• On his visit the authorities had been suspicious of Western visitors who asked to travel outside the main tourist spots.• And Pau is not in the mass tourist market.• Millions of tourists visit it every year.• Read in studio A decision to cut a town's tourist budget by more than half has angered shopkeepers and hoteliers.• A park ranger was answering the tourists' questions as they looked out over the canyon.• Three tourists were reported to have been wounded by gunfire in separate attacks on Nile cruise ships during October.• Sure, the majority were tourists.tourist attraction• The following year, the local middle classes organised the new Bonfire Societies and controlled popular effervescence became a tourist attraction.• The magnificent hall itself and its gardens became a tourist attraction.• Starting from the Scenic Tunnel, long a tourist attraction, the pair headed for the opening that had previously been blasted.• And about the same time a mystery blaze broke out at Madame Tussaud's, another of the capitals major tourist attractions.• It is the newest tourist attraction at the Kennedy Space Center.• St Michael's Mount, left, is a popular tourist attraction.• That our lovely, blue planet is not a popular tourist attraction for extraterrestrials.From Longman Business Dictionarytouristtour‧ist /ˈtʊərəstˈtʊr-/ noun [countable]TRAVEL someone who travels to visit a place for pleasure or a holidayAbout 40,000 Americans go there each year, mostly for business but some as tourists.The city relies on its tourist industry and many of its citizens are shopkeepers and guides.The Statue of Liberty is a major tourist attraction (=a place, building etc that many tourists go to see).tour·ist noun →n COLLOCATIONS1 →THESAURUS1LDOCE OnlineChineseSyllable  who place holiday Business on a is visiting someone Corpus pleasure for
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