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a trip to a given place and back again: Fares for round trips often have a discount.

a transportation ticket for such a trip.

Pinochle . roundhouse (def. 4) .

Origin of round trip

Other words from round trip.

  • round-trip, adjective

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How to use round trip in a sentence

Finding the shortest round trip on a given shape might seem as simple as picking a direction and walking in a straight line.

Unfortunately, our existing processors are a bad match for the sort of algorithms that many of these techniques are based on, in part because they require frequent round trips between the processor and memory.

Computer scientists also triumphed this year in dealing with the famous traveling salesperson problem, which concerns how to find the shortest round trip for any collection of cities.

At some point in the next several years she will conclude her round trip back to Diego Garcia and begin the entire process again.

Christofides’ algorithm uses this tree as the backbone for a round-trip tour, adding extra edges to convert it into a round trip .

A 64-year-old animal trainer, he makes the six-hour round-trip every two weeks to submit to her and explore his sexuality.

She was making the round trip for the second time since the fighting began.

He blamed the Ukrainians for letting it get run down, and he cut the round-trip air fare from Moscow almost in half.

He searches patiently through his briefcase and produces a round-trip ticket for the seat in question.

It took me 1.5 hours (3 hours round trip ) to get to school every day.

The round trip covers a distance of about seventy-five miles and occupies eight or ten hours.

The Pennsylvania made a round trip in about thirty-five days, with a day or two of idle time at either end.

The next day we left our pony, and made a flying round trip of thirty miles to the settlement.

In less than two weeks, Motor Matt, we could make a round trip to the Bahamas in your air ship.

They saddled up and left at once, in order to complete the round trip before dark.

British Dictionary definitions for round trip

a trip to a place and back again, esp returning by a different route

Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012

Other Idioms and Phrases with round trip

A journey to a given place and back again, usually over the same route; also, a ticket for such a trip. For example, The fare for a round trip is generally lower than for two one-way journeys . [Mid-1800s]

The American Heritage® Idioms Dictionary Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

What is a round-trip flight?

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It's one of the first decisions we make when booking a flight: Should I book a round-trip or a one-way flight?

It's typically something you'll think about before you ever click "search" to find flights and airfare.

At face value, it seems like a pretty straightforward choice. Book a one-way flight if you're only flying in one direction, and book a round-trip flight if you'll be returning home ... right?

Unfortunately, it's not quite that simple. Thanks to airline pricing trends and our own personal scheduling quirks, there's a bit more to consider.

There may be cases where you wonder if you're better off booking two one-way flights to save money. You may have uncertain plans that make it difficult to commit to a return flight. In some cases, when visiting a few different cities, you may be better off with something different entirely: a multicity itinerary.

There are also plenty of additional considerations if you're booking an award flight using frequent flyer miles or flying internationally.

Here, we break down the basics of what you need to know about booking round-trip flights.

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A round-trip flight is an itinerary from one destination to another, with a flight back to the original destination.

In most cases, this is what you probably book when going on vacation or visiting a family member for a holiday weekend.

Let's say I live in Charlotte and want to fly to Arizona for a spring break trip. I book an itinerary with an outbound flight to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) and a return trip to Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) aboard American Airlines.

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The two flights, booked together on a single itinerary, constitute a round trip.

What is the difference between a round-trip flight and a one-way flight?

When you book a round-trip flight, your itinerary includes an outbound flight and a return trip.

A one-way flight only takes you one direction — say, from Charlotte to Phoenix — with no return flight scheduled.

Is a round-trip flight different from 2 one-way flights?

Yes, in terms of how you book your trip. No, in terms of your travel plans themselves.

Again, a round-trip itinerary includes both an outbound flight and a return trip to the city of origin. A one-way flight is a single trip from one airport to another, with no return booked.

Booking 2 one-way flights

However, if you book two one-way flights, you can, in essence, create your own version of a round trip. This could be on the same airline or on two entirely different airlines.

For the purposes of your travel experience, it's effectively a round trip.

But, know that in the airline computer system(s), you'd technically be traveling on two separate reservations. So, you'd receive different trip confirmation numbers for the outbound and return flights.

Is booking 2 one-ways cheaper than a round-trip flight?

In the U.S., splitting a round trip up into two one-way flights on the same airline and travel dates typically makes no difference in terms of price.

However, on a small number of routes, airlines do charge a premium for one-way bookings compared to the price they charge for a round trip. This is more common internationally, where round-trip flights can be a better value than two one-way trips. Booking two separate one-way flights tends to be more expensive for international travel.

Also, budget carriers frequently offer one-way fares at the same price as a round-trip ticket.

That means if you booked separate one-way flights, you'd most likely end up paying the same as, or even more than, a round-trip fare, depending on the route.

Booking 2 one-way flights on different airlines

On the other hand, there are cases where, thanks to a tool like Google Flights , you might discover that you can save money by booking an outbound, one-way flight on one airline and a one-way return flight on a different airline.

For example, last year, TPG contributor Sean Cudahy needed to travel to North Texas for the weekend. Round-trip flights on a single airline from the Washington, D.C., region to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) were coming in at more than $600 that particular weekend.

However, he saved a couple hundred dollars by mixing and matching: He booked a one-way, outbound flight to DFW aboard Delta Air Lines and a separate, one-way return flight on American Airlines.

Just keep in mind this can be risky. If your flight on one airline gets significantly delayed — to the point that you miss your return flight — your second airline won't automatically rebook you. The airline staff may not have much sympathy for your situation since your troubles happened aboard a different carrier.

Can I book a round-trip flight to 1 city and then return home from another?

Yes. These flights are known as open-jaw or multicity itineraries. Many airlines offer this booking option.

Let's say I want to fly from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to Orlando International Airport (MCO). I'm going to visit Walt Disney World for a few days. Then, I'm going to take a Brightline train to South Florida and spend a few days at the beach before flying back to New York.

Since these are airports heavily served by JetBlue, I'll use that carrier as an example. On JetBlue's website, I'll select "Multi-city" instead of searching "Roundtrip" or "One-way" flights.

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I'll need to separately enter each leg of the trip. Let's do a Saturday departure from Newark to Orlando, and then a Thursday return from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (FLL) to Newark.

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You'll end up booked on a single itinerary, with the outbound and return flights linked, but with the different city combinations.

Can I buy a round-trip flight with an open return?

No, not exactly. When you book a round-trip flight, you'll generally have to specify a return leg and date.

If your plans are likely to change, though, what you'll want to do instead is pick a date that's far enough out. You'll need to book with an airline or in a cabin class that doesn't charge change fees. Then, reschedule your return trip once your plans are set. Alternatively, you can book a "flexible" fare, which is more expensive but generally allows easier changes.

Make sure you're familiar with an airline's change-fee policy before booking an open-return round-trip flight. For example, most airlines won't let you cancel or change basic economy tickets.

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Should I book mileage or award tickets as 2 one-ways or a round trip?

It largely depends on the route. In some cases, you'll get better award availability if you book two one-way flights. In others, the taxes for two one-way award flights could end up being higher than what you'd pay for a round-trip itinerary.

However, in most cases nowadays, award tickets for two one-way flights and a round-trip flight tend to add up to the same number of miles. Just be sure to check both on an airline's website to ensure you're getting the best possible award availability .

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Definition of round trip noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  • a 30-mile round trip to work
  • (North American English) It's 30 miles round trip to work.
  • It took two days to make the round trip.
  • a 300-mile round trip from Denver to Laramie
  • round trip  from
  • round trip  to

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Trip Calculator

Trip vehicles, step 1 of 2. select one or more vehicles..

You can add, edit, and remove vehicles at any time.

You can edit vehicles to personalize the MPG and fuel prices.

Country road

In Step 2, you will enter the trip details including starting point, intermediate stops, and destination.

Enter the Trip

You will be able to modify the route by dragging the route line on the map.

The Trip Vehicles section above will be updated with the cost of fuel for the trip.

Directions and Map

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Model 3 Owner's Manual

Maps and navigation, map overview.

The touchscreen displays a map at all times (except when Model 3 is shifted into Reverse).

Use your finger(s) to interact with the map:

  • To move the map in any direction, hold and drag a finger.
  • To rotate the map in any direction, hold and turn two fingers.
  • To zoom the map in or out, expand or pinch two fingers, respectively.

To change the orientation of the map, toggle between these options:

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Map Display

When Model 3 is in Park, the following icons display on the map to allow you to customize the type of information the map displays. To access these icons when driving, touch anywhere on the map (they disappear after a few seconds).

globe icon

Drop a pin anywhere on the map by pressing and holding your finger on a desired location. When you drop a pin, or touch an existing pin, the chosen location is centered on the map and a popup screen provides information about the location. From this popup, you can navigate to the location add or remove the location from your list of favorite destinations (see Home, Work, and Favorite Destinations ).

Charging locations icon

Charging locations. Shows a popup list that includes the city and proximity of the corresponding stations on the map. Charging locations include Tesla Superchargers, destination charging sites, third-party fast chargers, and public chargers that you have used previously. See Charging Locations . Touch the lightning bolt icons in the popup list to filter by the types of chargers based on max power.

Navigation Settings

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Touch the navigation settings icon to customize the navigation system to suit your preferences (the available settings vary depending on your market region and vehicle configuration):

  • Navigation Guidance : Touch Voice to enable an audible reading for navigation instructions.
  • Touch - or + to increase or decrease the volume of spoken navigation instructions. Decreasing all the way to the left or touching the speaker icon mutes the instructions. You can also mute/unmute navigation instructions by touching the speaker icon. This volume setting applies only to the navigation system's spoken instructions. Volume for Media Player and Phone does not change. Informational Purposes An informational icon, calling your attention Note Volume may automatically be adjusted based on driving speed and climate settings.
  • Enable Automatic Navigation if you want Model 3 to automatically initiate a navigation destination when you get in your vehicle. Destinations are predicted based on commonly driven routes, time of day, and calendar entries (see Automatic Navigation ).
  • Enable Trip Planner (if available in your market region) to add Supercharger stops as needed. Supercharging stops are added to navigation routes with the goal of minimizing the amount of time you spend driving and charging (see Trip Planner ).
  • Enable Online Routing to automatically route to avoid heavy traffic and to get real-time traffic conditions along navigation routes, if available in your region (see Online Routing ).
  • Touch Avoid Ferries to be automatically routed to avoid ferries.
  • Touch Avoid Tolls to be automatically routed to avoid tolls, if possible.
  • Touch Use HOV Lanes to include High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes on navigation routes. This is particularly useful when using Navigate on Autopilot (see Navigate on Autopilot ).

Navigating to a Destination

To navigate to a location, touch the search bar in the corner of the map and enter a destination, send the destination from your phone, or use voice commands (see Voice Commands ) for an address, landmark, business, etc. When you touch the search bar, you can also choose from the following types of locations:

  • A saved Home or Work location (see Home, Work, and Favorite Destinations ).
  • A Charging destination (see Charging Locations ).
  • A Recent destination (the most recent destination is listed at the top).
  • A destination you have marked as a Favorite (see Home, Work, and Favorite Destinations ).
  • A popular restaurant when you're feeling Hungry or a popular destination (such as museums and amusement parks) when you're feeling Lucky (see Lucky and Hungry ).

When you specify a location, the touchscreen zooms out to provide an overview of the route you need to travel and displays a turn-by-turn direction list. Estimated arrival time, driving time, and mileage displays at the bottom of the direction list. Note the following about the turn-by-turn direction list:

  • The Battery icon on the turn list provides a visual representation showing an estimate of how much energy will remain when you reach your destination, and how much will remain if you make a round trip back to your current location. See Predicting Energy Usage .
  • If charging is needed to reach your destination and Trip Planner is enabled (and available in your market region), the navigation route automatically includes Supercharger stops (see Trip Planner ).
  • If you won't have enough energy to reach your destination and there is no Supercharger on the route, an alert tells you that charging is needed to reach your destination.
  • Each turn is preceded by the distance to the maneuver.
  • To see the bottom of the list, you may need to drag the list upward.
  • Touch the top of the list to minimize it.

While navigating, the map tracks your location and displays the current leg of your trip. You can display the entire route at any time by swiping down to expand the turn-by-turn direction list or touching the route overview icon.

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Selecting an Alternate Route

Depending on market region and vehicle configuration, this feature may not be available on your vehicle. Your vehicle must be equipped with Premium Connectivity.

After you have entered a destination with one stop, the map displays up to three alternate routes. This allows you to easily compare total travel time and traffic information for each route. If you do not select a preferred route within the timeout period, the fastest route is automatically selected.

Adding Stops to a Route

After entering a destination, edit your route by adding, deleting or reordering stops. Touch the three dots at the bottom of the turn-by-turn direction list to view options to edit your route.

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You can also use the Tesla mobile app to edit your route (if available in your region). In the Tesla mobile app, go to Locations > Navigate and enter a destination, touch Edit Trip > Add Stop to edit your route, then touch Send to Car to share the trip with your vehicle.

Automatic Navigation

Automatic Navigation can predict a destination when you get in your vehicle. When your phone's calendar is synced to Model 3 , and the calendar includes an event that takes place within two hours of when you get in your vehicle to drive, Automatic Navigation suggests the location of the event (assuming a valid address is associated with the event).

In addition, if you are Home and drive on weekdays (Monday to Friday) from 5:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Automatic Navigation can automatically route you to your specified Work location (see Home, Work, and Favorite Destinations ). Likewise, if you are at work on weekdays from 3:00 PM to 11:00 PM, Automatic Navigation can automatically route you to your specified Home location.

To enable Automatic Navigation, touch Controls > Navigation > Automatic Navigation . You must have your phone's calendar synced to Model 3 and the event must include a uniquely specified and valid address (see Phone, Calendar, and Web Conferencing ).

Lucky and Hungry

In addition to navigating to a destination of your choice, Model 3 can also suggest nearby locations based on whether you are feeling Hungry or Lucky . In the navigation search bar, touch Hungry or Lucky . Hungry suggests a list of popular restaurants, whereas Lucky suggests a list of popular destinations (such as museums and amusement parks). Once you discover an interesting destination, touch Navigate to proceed to the destination.

This feature requires the latest version of Navigation maps. To download, connect Model 3 to Wi-Fi and touch Controls > Software to check if an update is available (see Map Updates ).

Home, Work, and Favorite Destinations

If you frequently drive to a destination, add it as a favorite to avoid entering the location's name or address each time. When you add a destination as a Favorite, you can easily navigate to it by touching the navigation search bar and then touching Favorites and choosing it from your list of favorite destinations.

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To delete a Recent or Favorite destination, touch it on the destination list and hold it down briefly until the X appears. Then touch the X to delete it from the list.

Home and Work locations also display under the navigation search bar. Touch to set an address to the corresponding location. After entering the address, touch Save as Home or Save as Work . Then simply touch these shortcuts whenever you want to navigate home or to work.

To change or delete the corresponding address, press and hold the Home or Work icon. A popup allows you to enter a new address and Save as Home or Save as Work . Once a Home or Work location is saved, Model 3 may prompt you to navigate to your Work location in the mornings and to your Home location in the evenings and provide an estimated driving time based on current traffic conditions. See Automatic Navigation . Touch Clear Home or Clear Work to remove associated addresses entirely. Based on your usage patterns, Model 3 may prompt you to save a location as Home or Work.

For security reasons, if you sell Model 3 , it is recommended that you delete your Home and Work locations. You can delete these individually or you can perform a factory reset to erase all personal data (touch Controls > Service > Factory Reset ).

Charging Locations

To display charging locations on the map, touch the map's search bar, then touch Charging . Charging locations are shown in a list (with the closest charging location at the top of the list) and represented by corresponding pins on the map. Touch a pin to display more information, navigate to it, or mark it as a favorite.

Touch the lightning bolt icons to specify the types of charging locations you want the map to include (by default, the map displays only Superchargers):

one lightning bolt

The appearance of a charging location's pin reveals the predicted status about the location. Touch the pin to display details.

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Touch a charging location's pin to display a popup from which you can:

  • Determine it's exact location and approximate distance from your current location.
  • View amenities that are available at the charging location, including restrooms, restaurants, lodging, shopping, and Wi-Fi. On a Supercharger popup, touch an amenity icon to search the surrounding area for the associated amenity.
  • Touch the arrow icon to navigate to the charging location. Informational Purposes An informational icon, calling your attention Note When navigating to a Supercharger (or third-party fast charger in some regions), Model 3 preconditions the Battery to prepare for charging. This ensures you arrive with an optimal Battery temperature, reducing the amount of time it takes to charge. In some circumstances (such as cold weather), it is normal for the motor(s) and components to make noise as it generates heat to warm the Battery (see Charging ).
  • View how busy a Supercharger location typically is during different times of the day, along with corresponding charging fees and idle fees (see Supercharger Fees ).

Predicting Energy Usage

When navigating to a destination, Model 3 helps you anticipate your charging needs by calculating the amount of energy that remains when you reach your destination. When navigating, the map displays this calculation next to the Battery icon on the turn-by-turn direction list (see Navigating to a Destination ). When the turn-by-turn direction list is compressed, touch the top of the list to expand it.

The calculation that predicts how much energy you will use is an estimate based on driving style (predicted speed, etc.) and environmental factors (elevation changes, wind speed and direction, ambient and forecasted temperatures, air density and humidity, etc.). As you drive, Model 3 continuously learns how much energy it uses, improving accuracy over time. Model 3 predicts energy usage based on the driving style of the individual vehicle. For example, if you drive aggressively for a period of time, future range predictions will assume higher consumption. Also, if you purchase a used Tesla vehicle, it is recommended that you perform a factory reset ( Controls > Service > Factory Reset ) to ensure the predicted energy is as accurate as possible. Some factors that contribute to predicted energy (such as forecasted temperatures and wind speed) are available only when Model 3 has internet connectivity.

Throughout your route, Model 3 monitors energy usage and updates the estimate of energy remaining at the end of your trip. A popup warning displays on the turn-by-turn direction list in these situations:

  • A yellow warning displays when you have very little energy remaining to reach your destination, requiring you to drive slowly to conserve energy. For tips on conserving energy, see Getting Maximum Range .
  • A red warning displays when you must charge to reach your destination.

To determine if you have enough energy for a round trip, touch the Battery icon on the turn-by-turn direction list to display an estimated calculation of your round trip energy usage.

Online Routing

Model 3 detects real-time traffic conditions and automatically adjusts the estimated driving and arrival times. In situations where traffic conditions will delay your estimated time of arrival and an alternate route is available, the navigation system can reroute you to your destination. You can also specify the minimum number of minutes that must be saved before you are rerouted. To turn this feature on or off, touch Controls > Navigation > Online Routing .

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Trip Planner

Trip Planner (if available in your region) helps you take longer road trips with confidence. If reaching your destination requires charging, Trip Planner routes you through the appropriate Supercharger locations. Trip Planner selects a route and provides charging times to minimize the amount of time you spend driving and charging. To enable Trip Planner, touch the map's settings icon (see Navigation Settings ), then touch Trip Planner .

When Trip Planner is enabled and charging is required to reach your destination, the turn-by-turn direction list includes Supercharger stops, recommended charging times at each Supercharger, and an estimate of how much energy will be available when you arrive at the Supercharger location.

To remove Supercharger stops and display directions only, touch Remove all charging stops at the bottom of the turn-by-turn direction list. If you remove charging stops, the turn-by-turn direction list may display an alert indicating that charging is needed to reach your destination. To add Supercharger stops back to the turn-by-turn direction list, touch Add charging stops .

If Trip Planner estimates that you won't have enough energy for your round trip, and there are no Superchargers available on your route, Trip Planner displays an alert at the top of the turn-by-turn direction list notifying you that charging is needed to reach your destination.

Map Updates

As updated maps become available, they are automatically sent to Model 3 over Wi-Fi. To ensure you receive them, periodically connect Model 3 to a Wi-Fi network (see Wi-Fi ). The touchscreen displays a message informing you when new maps are installed.

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  1. Examples of "Round-trip" in a Sentence

    Home Sentence Round Trip Round trip Sentence Examples round trip Meanings Synonyms Sentences The round-trip ticket includes everything, such as all taxes and service charges, three meals, and free entertainment. 2 0 I'm going down to see her and try to straighten things outâ€"a quick round trip. 1 0

  2. Round trip Definition & Meaning

    noun ˈrau̇n (d)-ˌtrip variants or less commonly roundtrip or round-trip plural round trips also roundtrips or round-trips often attributive : a trip to a place and back usually over the same route It's a 25 mile round trip to work. an hour-long round trip by boat The lowest fare for the round trip is $1,694.18 including taxes and fees …

  3. ROUND TRIP in a sentence

    From the Cambridge English Corpus The simplest circuit was the round trip: the journey out, the journey back. From the Cambridge English Corpus The goal is to determine the overall time for the round trip where communication is the dominating cost. From the Cambridge English Corpus

  4. ROUND TRIP definition and meaning

    1. countable noun If you make a round trip, you travel to a place and then back again. The train operates the 2,400-mile round trip once a week. 2. adjective [ADJECTIVE noun] A round-trip ticket is a ticket for a train, bus, or plane that allows you to travel to a particular place and then back again. [US]

  5. ROUND TRIP

    us / ˈrɑʊnd ˈtrɪp / Add to word list a trip from one place to another and back to where you started: I drive 45 miles round trip every day for work. round-trip adjective [ not gradable ]

  6. ROUND TRIP Definition & Usage Examples

    Round trip definition: a trip to a given place and back again. See examples of ROUND TRIP used in a sentence.

  7. What is round about round trips?

    It wouldn't be puzzling if the term round trip were used for a trip such as A-B-C-D-E-A without backtracking on any part of the route, but the term is not reserved for such cases; its most frequent use is for plain A-B-A trips.

  8. round-trip noun

    a trip to a place and back again a 30-mile round trip to work It's 30 miles round trip to work. Questions about grammar and vocabulary? Find the answers with Practical English Usage online, your indispensable guide to problems in English.

  9. round trip

    round trip - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums. All Free.

  10. What is a round-trip flight?

    A round-trip flight is an itinerary from one destination to another, with a flight back to the original destination. In most cases, this is what you probably book when going on vacation or visiting a family member for a holiday weekend. Let's say I live in Charlotte and want to fly to Arizona for a spring break trip.

  11. Round-trip ticket Definition & Meaning

    The meaning of ROUND-TRIP TICKET is a ticket that allows a person to travel to one place and then return back to the place he or she left. ... These examples are programmatically compiled from various online sources to illustrate current usage of the word 'round-trip ticket.' Any opinions expressed in the examples do not represent those of ...

  12. Gas Trip Calculator. Find lowest fuel prices & save

    Regular Calculate My Trip Easy-to-Use Gas Estimator Stop worrying about gas prices that prevent you from visiting friends or family. Get the best prices at the perfect time. You can gain access to insider knowledge to save money by using the GasBuddy gas calculator.

  13. round-trip_1 noun

    noun /ˌraʊnd ˈtrɪp/ /ˌraʊnd ˈtrɪp/ [countable, uncountable] a journey to a place and back again a 30-mile round trip to work (North American English) It's 30 miles round trip to work. It took two days to make the round trip. a 300-mile round trip from Denver to Laramie Topics Transport by air b1, Transport by bus and train b1

  14. Fuel Economy Trip Calculator

    You will be able to modify the route by dragging the route line on the map. section above will be updated with the cost of fuel for the trip. This website is administered by Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. My Trip Calculator. Plan your route, estimate fuel costs, and ...

  15. Maps and Navigation

    Drop a pin anywhere on the map by pressing and holding your finger on a desired location. When you drop a pin, or touch an existing pin, the chosen location is centered on the map and a popup screen provides information about the location.

  16. Understanding the factors associated with one-way and round-trip

    Fig. 5 (b) shows the cumulative distribution of stations under different carsharing usage. The shared car usage in round-trip and one-way stations is mainly within 700 and 1,500, respectively. About 80% of the round-trip stations have a vehicle usage below 400, while 70% of the one-way stations have a vehicle usage above 400.

  17. Understanding the factors associated with one-way and round-trip

    Users in round-trip carsharing need to pick up and drop off the car at the same station; the one-way type allows users to drop off the car at any station; users in free-floating carsharing can pick up and drop off the car at any location within a specified service area (Chen et al., 2018).

  18. What Is Round Trip Time? Overview, Formula & Usage

    Round trip time, or RTT, is a measurement of the milliseconds required for a data packet to head to a destination and for that destination server to send back an acknowledgment of the packet. What is RTT in networking? Think of RTT as a type of timed confirmation receipt. As soon as you send something, the timer starts.

  19. Round-trip format conversion

    The term round-trip is used in document conversion particularly involving markup languages such as XML and SGML. A successful round-trip consists of converting a document in format A (docA) to one in format B (docB) and then back again to format A (docA′). ... Usage. The term appears to be common, but not reported in dictionaries. A typical ...

  20. What Is Round Trip Time? Overview, Formula & Usage

    What Is Round Trip Time? Overview, Formula & Usage; What Is Round Trip Time? Overview, Formula & Usage. Okta. Updated: 02/14/2023 - 11:30 Time to read: 3 minutes Round trip time, or RTT, is a measurement of the milliseconds required for a data packet to head to a destination and for that destination server to send back an acknowledgement of the ...