pleasuretrip

Outing vs Pleasuretrip - What's the difference?

outing | pleasuretrip | Synonyms |

Outing is a synonym of pleasuretrip.

Pleasuretrip vs Tramp - What's the difference?

pleasuretrip | tramp | Related terms |

Pleasuretrip is a related term of tramp.


As a noun tramp is

(pejorative) a homeless person, a vagabond.

As a verb tramp is

to walk with heavy footsteps.

Pleasuretrip vs Drive - What's the difference?

pleasuretrip | drive | Related terms |

Pleasuretrip is a related term of drive.


As a verb drive is

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Pleasuretrip vs Ride - What's the difference?

pleasuretrip | ride | Related terms |

Pleasuretrip is a related term of ride.


As a verb ride is

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Pleasuretrip vs Walk - What's the difference?

pleasuretrip | walk | Related terms |

Pleasuretrip is a related term of walk.


As a verb walk is

(lb) to move on the feet by alternately setting each foot (or pair or group of feet, in the case of animals with four or more feet) forward, with at least one foot on the ground at all times compare .

As a noun walk is

a trip made by walking.

Pleasuretrip vs Spin - What's the difference?

pleasuretrip | spin | Related terms |

Pleasuretrip is a related term of spin.


As a noun spin is

spin.

Pleasuretrip vs Airing - What's the difference?

pleasuretrip | airing | Related terms |

Pleasuretrip is a related term of airing.


As a verb airing is

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As a noun airing is

(uncountable) an exposure to warm or fresh air.

Pleasuretrip vs Ramble - What's the difference?

pleasuretrip | ramble | Related terms |

Pleasuretrip is a related term of ramble.


As a noun ramble is

a leisurely stroll; a recreational walk in the countryside.

As a verb ramble is

to move about aimlessly, or on a winding course.

Excursion vs Pleasuretrip - What's the difference?

excursion | pleasuretrip | Related terms |

Excursion is a related term of pleasuretrip.

Pleasuretrip vs Hike - What's the difference?

pleasuretrip | hike | Related terms |

Pleasuretrip is a related term of hike.


As a noun hike is

a long walk.

As a verb hike is

to take a long walk for pleasure or exercise.

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