Definition of 'out of doors'
Example sentences containing 'out of doors'
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She was surprised for a moment at how warm it felt out of doors. MURDER MOVES IN (2004)He sang out of doors; Rhona said that he was an atheist who kept his eyes open during grace, said by her mother. LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2004)
Cat walked very carefully through the Castle, down and out of doors, and kept a hand on his pocket in case of accidents. CHARMED LIFE (2004)
"For a long moment she was silent though in the background (was Lee Ann out-of-doors ? MIDDLE AGE: A ROMANCE (2001)
Translations for 'out of doors'
British English: out-of-doors /ˈaʊtɒvˈdɔːz/ ADVERB
When you are out-of-doors, you are not inside a building, but in the open air.
The weather was fine enough for working out-of-doors.
- American English: out-of-doors
- Arabic: فِي الْهَوَاءِ الْطُلقِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fora de casa
- Chinese: 在露天
- Croatian: izvan kuće
- Czech: venku
- Danish: udendørs
- Dutch: in de openlucht
- European Spanish: al aire libre
- Finnish: ulkoilmassa
- French: à l’extérieur
- German: draußen
- Greek: εξωτερικά
- Italian: all’aperto
- Japanese: 屋外で
- Korean: 옥외에서
- Norwegian: utendørs
- Polish: pod gołym niebem
- European Portuguese: fora de casa
- Romanian: în aer liber
- Russian: на открытом воздухе
- Spanish: al aire libre
- Swedish: utomhus
- Thai: กลางแจ้ง
- Turkish: açık havada
- Ukrainian: просто неба
- Vietnamese: ngoài trời
Definition of out of doors from the Collins English Dictionary
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