English version

out there

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishout thereout therea) in a place that could be anywhere except here My real father is out there and one day I plan to find him. b) where someone or something can be noticed by many people Jerry Lewis is out there all the time raising money for disabled kids. c) informal an idea, work of art etc that is out there is so unusual that it might seem silly or extreme He’s brilliant, but some of his ideas are really out there. out
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out thereHowever, beyond the big names there are some excellent specialists out there.I was going to lock the up right out there.It has taken her a long time to learn the plays, and she still looks uncomfortable out there.Jerry Lewis is out there all the time raising money for disabled kids.My real father is out there and one day I plan to find him.I went out there and ran on their terms.Puchur glove out there and thank Master Dureaux fer his guts.All the land out there had been under water once.The reason those phones are out there is to benefit people.Sheila's ideas can be way out there sometimes.It will continue to be out there, too.
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