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CEFR C2 Vocabulary - Tourism and Migration

Here you will learn all the essential words for talking about Tourism and Migration, collected specifically for level C2 learners.

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CEFR C2 Vocabulary
agritourism
[noun]
the activity of visiting the countryside and staying with local farmers in rural areas of a foreign country
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luggage carousel
[noun]
a rotating conveyor system at an airport where checked luggage is delivered to passengers after a flight
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hostelry
[noun]
an inn or a place that provides lodging, especially for travelers or guests
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rack rate
[noun]
the standard or published price for a hotel room or service before any discounts or special offers are applied
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tourist trap
[noun]
a place, often a popular attraction, that tends to overcharge tourists or offer low-quality goods or experiences for the sake of profit
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valet
[noun]
someone whose job is parking customers' cars at restaurants or hotels
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estimated time of arrival
[noun]
the time at which one is likely to arrive at one's destination
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estimated time of departure
[noun]
the time at which an aircraft, ship, etc. is scheduled for departure
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deportation
[noun]
the act of forcing someone out of a country, usually because they do not have the legal right to stay there or because they have broken the law
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refoulement
[noun]
the illegal practice of forcing the asylum seekers or the refugees to return to the country where they are at risk of prosecution
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emigre
[noun]
an individual who has left their native country to settle in another due to political reasons, war, or other upheavals
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internally displaced person
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a person who has been forced to flee their home but remains within their country's borders due to conflict, violence, natural disasters, or human rights violations
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emigree
[noun]
a female individual who has left their country to live elsewhere, often for political reasons
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repatriate
[noun]
a person who has returned to their home country after living abroad
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to naturalize
[verb]
to admit a foreigner as an official citizen in a country
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to expatriate
[verb]
to banish or force an individual to live in another country
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to deplane
[verb]
to leave an aircraft after it has landed
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to ply
[verb]
to travel along a specific path on a regular basis
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to alight
[verb]
to settle or land on a surface, often referring to a bird or insect
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to derail
[verb]
(of a train) to accidentally go off the tracks
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to detrain
[verb]
to get off a train
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to detour
[verb]
to take or lead on a roundabout way, especially when a more direct route is unavailable or blocked
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