“They're both avid travelers.”

English Lesson: They're both avid travelers.

You had a dinner party at your house last week. Now you're talking with your roommate about one of the couples who came, who she doesn't know well. They travel a lot, so you say this.

They're both avid travelers.

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(someone) is an avid (something)

When someone likes to do a certain activity a lot, you can describe them as "an avid ___".

You complete the phrase with a noun like "traveler": it's a label that describes the category of people who like to do that activity. Here are some other examples:

an avid reader

an avid fan

an avid gardener

an avid runner

The word "avid" sounds positive and intellectual.