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Definition of 'far out'

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The sky lightened, through a white veil she saw tankers and freighters, anchored far out to sea. Harvey, John COUP D'ETATA ship's lights far out in the bay passed along the horizon. Thomas, Craig THE LAST RAVENChavasse was aware of Orsini kneeling beside him, of Liri throwing the gun far out to sea. Jack Higgins THE KEYS OF HELL (2002)His father had been a religious scholar on the fringe of the Yale faculty, where his being far-out was not acceptable. Duncan, Robert L THE SERPENT'S MARK (2003)They wouldn't be playing far-out pop music, just stuff anyone could appreciate and dance to. Richard Francis PROSPECT HILL (2003)You mean Yaeger's far-out translation about a river running under an island? Cussler, Clive INCA GOLD (2003)

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Translations for 'far out'

British English: far out ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as far out, you mean that it is very strange or extreme.
Fantasies cannot harm you, no matter how bizarre or far out they are.
  • American English: far out
  • Brazilian Portuguese: estranho
  • Chinese: 异乎寻常的
  • European Spanish: grotesco
  • French: loufoque
  • German: weit hergeholt
  • Italian: stravagante
  • Japanese: 風変わりな
  • Korean: 틀에 박히지 않은
  • European Portuguese: estranho
  • Spanish: grotesco

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