Definition of 'outdoors'
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The real impact is from not going outdoors. Times, Sunday Times (2017)During your stay, take advantage of the great outdoors. Smithsonian Mag (2017)Now, it is all about bringing that outdoors in. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So, we can work outdoors. Smithsonian Mag (2017)In fact, there aren't enough plays about the great outdoors anywhere. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I love the great outdoors. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So on balance I think it is good news that there is no excuse for not dressing well when tackling the great outdoors. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They prefer bright light, including some direct sunlight for periods of time, and can be stood outdoors in summer. The Sun (2017)A surf swell of about 8ft, sunny conditions and then a big lunch outdoors that goes on all day. The Sun (2016)They do better if they spend the summer outdoors growing in a cool spot with dappled shade. The Sun (2015)Win was a minor character and now has gotten bigger than the great outdoors. Times, Sunday Times (2008)When you work outdoors time is often against you. Crawshaw's Watercolour Studio (1993)People who work outdoors also get more of the health benefits of sunlight. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You could meet where music plays outdoors. The Sun (2008)It lives outdoors but will retreat inside houses to escape heavy rain. The Sun (2015)Their rightful place is outdoors where they can graze and behave naturally. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We also evolved to spend a lot of time outdoors. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Many mosquitoes bite at dawn and dusk so avoid going outdoors at these times if you can. The Sun (2011)Nearly a quarter of city folk avoid eating outdoors because of symptoms. The Sun (2007)They can then be put outdoors for a summer holiday and brought back inside next winter. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The focus is on the great outdoors. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Friends and family come to stay from time to time and we often sleep outdoors. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We played outdoors in all conditions and we got on with it. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Yes, there is one thing certain about filming outdoors. Times, Sunday Times (2007)If the weather's looking dodgy we take our chances and go for it as we'd all rather film it outdoors. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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British English: outdoors /ˌaʊtˈdɔːz/ ADVERB
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.
- American English: outdoors
- Arabic: فِي الْعَرَاءِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ao ar livre
- Chinese: 在户外
- Croatian: na zraku
- Czech: venku
- Danish: udendørs
- Dutch: buiten
- European Spanish: al aire libre
- Finnish: ulkona
- French: à l’extérieur
- German: draußen
- Greek: υπαίθρια
- Italian: all’aperto
- Japanese: 屋外で
- Korean: 옥외에서
- Norwegian: ute
- Polish: na wolnym powietrzu
- European Portuguese: ao ar livre
- Romanian: afară
- Russian: под открытым небом
- Spanish: al aire libre
- Swedish: utomhus
- Thai: ข้างนอก
- Turkish: açık havada
- Ukrainian: надворі
- Vietnamese: ở ngoài trời
British English: outdoors NOUN
You refer to the outdoors when talking about work or leisure activities which take place outside away from buildings.
I'm a lover of the outdoors.
Definition of outdoors from the Collins English Dictionary
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