listen to the pronunciation of stopover
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} mola

Boston'da bir molamız vardı. - We had a stopover in Boston.

Şikago'da bir molamız vardı. - We had a stopover in Chicago.

kısa süreli duraklama
(yolculukta) mola
(Ticaret) duraklama
{i} ara istasyon
koyverme (halat vb)
mola yeri
kısa süreli konaklama
{i} konaklama
{i} mola; yolculuğu kesip bir yerde geçici olarak kalma
{i} konaklama yeri
(Turizm) indi bindi
stopover plan
(Askeri) mola planı
Englisch - Englisch
A short interruption in a journey or the place visited during such an interruption
Alternative spelling of stop-over
a stopping place on a journey; "there is a stopover to change planes in Chicago"
An intentional interruption of a journey, in which a traveler spends at least 24 hours in a city
Permitting one to stop over; as, a stop-over check or ticket
See To stop over, under Stop, v
a stopping place on a journey; "there is a stopover to change planes in Chicago
a brief stay in the course of a journey; "they made a stopover to visit their friends"
A stopover is a short stay in a place in between parts of a journey. The Sunday flights will make a stopover in Paris. a short stay somewhere between parts of a journey, especially on a long plane journey
Suppose you were flying from New York to Los Angeles, and you wanted to stop and visit your aunt in Indianapolis on the way Such a visit would constitute a stopover in Indianapolis Some fares allow free stopovers, others allow stopovers for an additional fee, and many fares do not allow stopovers at all Now, your flight might be routed through Indianapolis anyway, and you might even have to change aircraft there You might think you could "beat the system" by booking a connecting flight for the next day You usually cannot do so, since if you do not depart your intermediate point (Indianapolis) within 4 hours of your arrival there, it would normally be considered a stopover Therefore, such an arrangement would not be allowed if the fare did not permit stopovers
{i} stopping place on a trip, break at an intermediate point of a journey
An intentional intermediate stopping point on a journey
An intentional interruption of a flight along a direct route Stopovers are allowed sometimes when flying on an award ticket Length of stopover varies by airline
Act or privilege of stopping over
in respect of a continuous journey means any place an individual embarks or disembarks a conveyance used in the provision of a passenger transportation service for any reason other than transferring to another mode of conveyance or to allow for servicing or refuelling of the conveyance
A planned overnight or longer stop on a ticketed journey
plural of stopover



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈstäpˌōvər/ /ˈstɑːpˌoʊvɜr/


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