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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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outdoorsout‧doors1 /ˌaʊtˈdɔːz $ -ˈdɔːrz/ ●●○ adverb  DLOOUT/OUTSIDEoutside, not in a building syn out of doors opp indoors It’s warm enough to eat outdoors tonight. He wants a job that will let him work outdoors.
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outdoorsAnd perhaps the most striking of all; a pink caned plant which unfortunately isn't hardy enough to survive outdoors.It is waterproof and can be used outdoors.Janir and I were still living in the Jahnkes' tiny cabin, so we spent most, of the day outdoors.There are others that are just absolutely filthy because they live outdoors.He used to work outdoors even in the middle of winter.Now when he wants go get outdoors he finds so many ways barred to him.Sessions will take place both indoors at the centre and outdoors on the adjacent comprehensive school playing fields.Off one corner, an octagonal tower walled with mirrors Margarett left outdoors one winter to weather to an appropriate cloudiness.If he wants to sit outdoors sometimes or eat with us.
outdoorsoutdoors2 noun   the (great) outdoors
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outdoorsWhile some people have a natural aptitude for living in the great outdoors, success usually has little to do with intelligence.Anything going on in the outdoors which interests, irritates or simply makes you laugh?Although he later downplayed his athletic achievements, Mr Packard loved the outdoors and often took associates on hunting or camping trips.For conservation is part of the lifeblood of all of us who use the outdoors for recreation.
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