English version

the great outdoors

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe great outdoorsthe great outdoorsinformal the countryside, considered as enjoyable and healthy He had a taste for adventure and the great outdoors. great
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the great outdoorsBut these two weren't dressing up for the great outdoors.In fact, anything can happen in the great outdoors.Save it for the garden or the great outdoors.Try to be as tolerant with the views of other human beings as you are with the great outdoors.Other sights: If you grow bored with the great outdoors or just want to warm up, you have many options.While some people have a natural aptitude for living in the great outdoors, success usually has little to do with intelligence.In the great outdoors, the merit of any feats become meaningless.
the (great) outdoorsthe (great) outdoorsCOUNTRYSIDEthe countryside far away from buildings and cities a woman with a taste for adventure in the great outdoors outdoors
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the (great) outdoorsDave Weatherley has been involved in the outdoors all his life.In the great outdoors, the merit of any feats become meaningless.This is all the stuff of magic dreams for people who love the outdoors.a love of the great outdoorsSave it for the garden or the great outdoors.Following the annual migration of food preparation to the outdoors is the perennial question: How shall these delicacies be washed down?Try to be as tolerant with the views of other human beings as you are with the great outdoors.I spent the afternoon working hard, but feeling in communion with the outdoors.
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