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tourism
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
tourism /'tuərizm/
  • danh từ
    • sự du lịch
    • thú du lịch
Concise Dictionary
'tʊrɪzm /'tʊər-
noun
+the business of providing services to tourists
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[U] the business activity connected with providing accommodation, services and entertainment for people who are visiting a place for pleasure: We hope that this investment will lead to increased tourism in the area.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

international, overseas | mass, package | expanding, increased | eco-friendly, ecological, environmental, green, sustainable | farm

VERB + TOURISM

boost, increase, promote | be dependent upon, depend on, rely on
The islands' economy is largely dependent upon tourism.

TOURISM + VERB

boom, increase
With the advent of the railways, tourism boomed.
| decline, fall, slump

TOURISM + NOUN

business, enterprise, industry, market, sector | development, promotion | strategy | officer | potential
The city is finally realizing its tourism potential.

PREP.

through ~
The town survives mainly through tourism.

PHRASES

a decline/downturn/drop in tourism, the development/promotion of tourism, earnings/income/revenue from tourism, the growth in/of tourism, the impact of tourism, an increase/a rise in tourism



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