Definition of 'outdoor'
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It has two outdoor swimming pools and a whirlpool bath. Times, Sunday Times (2017)This helps it to benefit from the prevailing winds and use outdoor air for almost all of its cooling. Computing (2010)There's a little outdoor pool on a deck. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The outdoor pool is now in need of some TLC. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The hotel is in extensive gardens and has an outdoor pool. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We would like to see what outdoor pursuits the region has to offer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But canoeing has grown in the way that almost all healthy outdoor pursuits have in recent years. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Many websites that claim to give impartial advice on outdoor gear are little more than online shops. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Price includes entry to the tropical pool and outdoor play areas. The Sun (2015)Avoid them unless you are committed to outdoor pursuits. Superdog! Action plans that work for a happy and well-behaved pet (1990)But you can save pounds by shopping wisely on your outdoor gear. The Sun (2011)Facilities include an indoor and outdoor swimming pool and floodlit tennis and squash. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He wrote that his mother was a former racing cyclist and credited her with fostering his early love of outdoor pursuits. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Two-thirds of people preferred outdoor pursuits. The Sun (2012)He had been used to the outdoor life, doing as he liked. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Online sales rose 49 per cent at the outdoor gear firm. The Sun (2016)The fact that the outdoor production uses no set or lighting means that the drama department is happy to justify the extra expense on costumes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can buy a lock for your skis at outdoor gear shops - check if your policy insists on one. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Or you could use the balconies hung out over the pavements, which are big enough to be used as outdoor rooms. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It has a nice common and Britain's biggest outdoor swimming pool. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'outdoor'
British English: outdoor /ˈaʊtˈdɔː/ ADJECTIVE
Outdoor activities or things take place or are used outside, rather than in a building.
She excelled at outdoor sports.
- American English: outdoor
- Arabic: فِي الْهَوَاءِ الْطُلْقِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ao ar livre
- Chinese: 户外的
- Croatian: koji je na zraku
- Czech: venkovní
- Danish: udendørs
- Dutch: buiten-
- European Spanish: exterior
- Finnish: ulkoilma-
- French: extérieur
- German: im Freien
- Greek: υπαίθριος
- Italian: all'aperto
- Japanese: 屋外の
- Korean: 옥외의
- Norwegian: utendørs
- Polish: plenerowy
- European Portuguese: ao ar livre
- Romanian: în aer liber
- Russian: уличный
- Spanish: exterior
- Swedish: utomhus-
- Thai: ที่อยู่กลางแจ้ง
- Turkish: açık hava
- Ukrainian: просто неба
- Vietnamese: ngoài trời
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