globe-trot ( globe-trots 3rd person present) ( globe-trotting present participle) ( globe-trotted past tense & past participle ) , globetrot If someone spends their time globe-trotting, they spend a lot of time travelling to different parts of the world.
INFORMAL verb usu cont
The son of a diplomat, he has spent much of his life globe-trotting. V
...globe-trotting academic superstars.
globe-trotter ( globe-trotters plural) n-count
TV globe-trotter Alan Whicker was nearly burned alive by an angry mob in Egypt.
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