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outdoors

1 adverb
     
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DLO outside, not in a building [= out of doors; ≠ indoors]:
It's warm enough to eat outdoors tonight.
He wants a job that will let him work outdoors.
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out, outside, outdoors, out of doors
If you are out, you are away from a building, especially the place where you live or spend a lot of time Debbie's out. She'll be back later. Why don't we go out for the day?If you are outside a room or building, you are not in it but are close to it Meet me outside the library. I sat on a chair outside his office. You'll have to wait outside in the corridor.When outside is an adverb, it can also mean 'not inside any building' It's cold outside.Outdoors or out of doors always mean 'not inside any building' We usually spend summers outdoors. I like weddings that are held out of doors.!! Do not confuse outdoors (with an -s) and outdoor (without an -s). Outdoors is an adverb I like playing outdoors. Outdoor is an adjective that can only be used before a noun outdoor activities such as fishingSee also out
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