Definition of outdoor in English:


Pronunciation /ˈoutˌdôr/ /ˈaʊtˌdɔr/

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  • 1Done, situated, or used out of doors.

    ‘a huge outdoor concert’
    • ‘Here is situated a residential and outdoor centre where young people can enjoy the countryside.’
    • ‘The outdoor concert was cancelled and the various acts performed in local pubs instead.’
    • ‘Summer is the time for music festivals, concerts and other outdoor events.’
    • ‘Over the years she has tried indoor and outdoor climbing but does prefer the outdoors.’
    • ‘As with the Jazz Fest, there's both pricey indoor shows and free outdoor concerts.’
    • ‘Another great outdoor activity is the early-morning bird watching.’
    • ‘Aside from all of the great outdoor activities, the Rockies have a number of other attractions as well.’
    • ‘But it is hoped even more big stars will be attracted to the city by the new outdoor venue.’
    • ‘A major new outdoor sculpture in stainless steel has been created for the show.’
    • ‘Gardening, now ranked as America's number one outdoor activity, is growing like a weed.’
    • ‘Mostly good weather favoured the event for the three weeks when outdoor pursuits could be taken up.’
    • ‘We think about a store design as outdoor advertising.’
    • ‘Most outdoor pursuits are popular, in particular shooting, rambling, sailing and windsurfing.’
    • ‘There is a plethora of talent in the free outdoor lineup, too.’
    • ‘There was a time when outdoor furniture was either teak, aluminum, or plastic.’
    • ‘A roof terrace adds even more outdoor living space.’
    • ‘I do not like outdoor sports because of the heat and dust.’
    • ‘Everyone enjoys the look and utility of good outdoor furniture.’
    • ‘Bad weather could be a major deterrent for most outdoor sports.’
    • ‘Many military people have found kayaking to be the perfect form of outdoor recreation.’
    exterior, external, outer, outermost, outward, outdoor, out-of-doors
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    1. 1.1(of a person) fond of the open air or open-air activities.
      ‘a rugged, outdoor type’
      • ‘I suspect this was the perception of most outdoor enthusiasts.’
      open air, out-of-doors, outside, exterior, external
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