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English slang for one who travels to a tourist site only for the day. A day trip might be to picnic in the countryside, or if you live in the country, to visit London by train. Used by the Beatles to denote a woman who is only having a brief affair, with no intention of getting serious.
She was a day tripper, a one-way ticket ....
by Weebul Kaneebul June 11, 2004
A one-way ticket, yeah. It took me soo-o-oo long to find out. I found out. Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo.
She was a day tripper.
by Beryl Schragger November 13, 2003
According to John Lennon, in relation to the song "day tripper":
"Day trippers are people who go on a day trip, right? Usually on a ferryboat or something. But it was kind of - you know, 'you're just a weekend hippie'. Get it?"
She works a 9-5 job, but on weekends, she's a day tripper.
by Simon McKenzie September 27, 2006
The female version of a rake.

A rake (or, by extension, a day tripper) is someone who leads someone else on romantically, without actually following through with a serious relationship.

The term "day tripper" was coined by The Beatles.
She's a big teaser; she took me half the way there, yeah...
She was a day tripper, one way ticket yeah. It took me soooo long, to find out, but I found out.
by natinia November 26, 2009
A derogatory term for a Manchester United supporter, due to their large fanbase that comes from outside the city.
<Joe> "did you see all those Mancs outside the pub?"
<Earl> "They weren't Mancs, they were from Essex"
<Joe> "Fucking daytrippers"
by Otis Bartlesby March 29, 2008
Term given to day shift workers by night shift workers
He finally became a day tripper after twenty years on the grave yard shift.
by nethorse May 21, 2015
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