Examples of stopover in a Sentence
The city is a favorite stopover for tourists.
I've been to Belgium—if you count a stopover in Brussels on my way to Istanbul.
Recent Examples of stopover from the Web
A nonstop flight from Sydney to London would shave almost four hours off current travel times that involve a stopover; for New York, travelers could save nearly three hours.
The storks—common in worldwide folklore for bringing babies to families—use Armenia as a stopover point to breed on their long journey south from western Europe to their winter grounds in Africa.
San Antonio is about 150 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border and is a frequent stopover for smugglers.
Portugal’s rise as the ultimate stopover country is a boon for travelers.
The journey is being planned along the way, according to the ship's website, with a contact form available to host the boat during a stopover.
The group picked up two campers near Chicago and had a five-day stopover in Minot, N.D., when one of their vehicles broke down.
After a stopover in Los Angeles for a training session, she and her teammates were scheduled to fly to Canberra on June 29 for two weeks of training.
For those birds, refueling might take up to an extra week at each stopover.
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First Known Use of stopover
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Definition of stopover for English Language Learners
: a brief period of time when you stop at a place during a journey; also : a place where a stopover occurs
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Definition of stopover for Students
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