- nounADJECTIVE▪ global, international, overseas▪ mass, package (esp. BrE)▪ increased▪ environmental, green, responsible, sustainable▪ cultural, farm (BrE), heritage (esp. AmE), sex, spaceVERB + TOURISM▪ boost, encourage, increase, promote▪ hurt▪ be dependent on, depend on, rely on▪
The island's economy is largely dependent on tourism.TOURISM + VERB▪ boom, increase▪
With the expansion of air travel, tourism boomed.▪ decline, fallTOURISM + NOUN▪ business, operator▪
the world's first commercial space tourism operator▪ industry, market, sector▪ dollars, revenue (BrE), revenues (AmE)▪ development, promotion▪ agency, bureau, office▪ officer (BrE), official▪ boss, chief (both BrE, informal)▪
Tourism chiefs in York are drawing up plans to attract more people.▪ potential▪
The city is finally realizing its tourism potential.PREPOSITION▪ through tourism (esp. BrE)▪
The town survives mainly through tourism.PHRASES▪ a decline in tourism, a downturn in tourism, a drop in tourism▪ an increase in tourism, a rise in tourism▪ the growth in tourism, the growth of tourism▪ the development of tourism, the promotion of tourism▪ income from tourism, revenue from tourism▪ the impact of tourism
Collocations dictionary. 2013.