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walkabout /ˈwɑːkəˌbaʊt/  

  • noun
    plural -abouts
    [count] an occasion in which an Australian Aborigine goes on a long walking journey on land that is far from towns and cities
    Brit :an occasion in which a well-known person walks through a public place to meet and talk informally to people
    Many people gathered to meet the Queen during her walkabout.
    go walkabout
    to go on a walkabout
    an Aborigine who has gone walkabout
    Brit informal + humorous - used to say that something or someone cannot be found
    My keys have gone walkabout. [=gone missingI can't find my keys]