Round-trip meaning

A trip to a place and back again.
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A trip from one place to another and back, usually over the same route.
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From the source to a destination and back to the source again. See also round tripping.
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The opening purchase or sale of a stock or futures contract and the subsequent opposite and closing transaction in the same contract. Transaction costs are usually quoted on a round-trip basis.
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A trip from one destination to another and then returning to the starting location.

Margaret purchased a single round trip ticket to and from Chicago, as it was cheaper than buying two one-way tickets.

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Alternative spelling of round trip.
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Origin of round-trip

  • round (“complete, entire"; "forming a circle or cycle") +"Ž trip (“journey")
    From Wiktionary