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noun: An expedition to observe (or, in the past, to hunt) wild animals in their natural habitat.
verb intr.: To go on such an expedition.
From Swahili safari (journey), from Arabic safari (of a journey), from safar (journey). Earliest documented use: 1859.
“In this vision, the arrival of a wandering tiger becomes a positive event for villagers, an opportunity to offer tourists homestays, or put on small-scale safaris.”
A Tiger’s Tale; The Economist (London, UK); Dec 23, 2017.
See more usage examples of safari in Vocabulary.com’s dictionary.
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