Outdoors
Outdoors Out"doors`, adv. Out of the house; out of doors; in the open air; abroad. [1913 Webster +PJC]

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  • outdoors — [n] open air; nature bucolic surroundings, country, countryside, environment, fresh air, garden, green earth*, hill, mountain, open, out of doors, patio, without, woods, yard; concept 198 Ant. indoors …   New thesaurus

  • outdoors — ► ADVERB ▪ in or into the open air. ► NOUN ▪ any area outside buildings or shelter …   English terms dictionary

  • outdoors — ☆ outdoors [out΄dôrz′ ] adv. in or into the open; outside a building or shelter n. 1. any area or place outside a building or shelter 2. countryside, forests, etc. where there are few or no houses: usually with the …   English World dictionary

  • outdoors — [[t]a͟ʊtdɔ͟ː(r)z[/t]] 1) ADV: be ADV, ADV after v If something happens outdoors, it happens outside in the fresh air rather than in a building. It was warm enough to be outdoors all afternoon... The ceremony was being held outdoors. Syn: out of… …   English dictionary

  • Outdoors — Wikipedia does not have an encyclopedia article for Outdoors (search results). You may want to read Wiktionary s entry on outdoors instead.wiktionary:Special:Search/outdoors …   Wikipedia

  • outdoors — out|doors1 [ˌautˈdo:z US ˈdo:rz] adv outside, not in a building = ↑out of doors ≠ ↑indoors ▪ It s warm enough to eat outdoors tonight. ▪ He wants a job that will let him work outdoors. see usage note ↑out1 outdoors 2 outdoors2 n the (great)… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • outdoors — outdoor, outdoors Outdoor is an adjective (outdoor games), whereas outdoors is an adverb (The concert was held outdoors) or noun (the great outdoors) …   Modern English usage

  • outdoors — out|doors1 [ aut dɔrz ] adverb not in a building: OUTSIDE: Their cat lives mainly outdoors. ─ opposite INDOORS outdoors out|doors 2 [ aut dɔrz ] noun uncount the (great) outdoors the countryside, especially considered as somewhere you visit to do …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • outdoors — 1 adverb outside, not inside a building; out of doors: I reckon it s warm enough to eat outdoors this evening. opposite indoors 2 noun the (great) outdoors the countryside far away from buildings and cities: a love of the great outdoors …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • outdoors — I UK [ˌaʊtˈdɔː(r)z] / US [aʊtˈdɔrz] adverb not in a building Their cat lives mainly outdoors. II UK [ˌaʊtˈdɔː(r)z] / US [aʊtˈdɔrz] noun the (great) outdoors the countryside, especially considered as somewhere that you visit to do activities such… …   English dictionary

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