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outdoor

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outdoor (comparative more outdoor, superlative most outdoor)

  1. Situated in, designed to be used in, or carried on in the open air.
    • 1963, Margery Allingham, “Foreword”, in The China Governess[1]:
      A very neat old woman, still in her good outdoor coat and best beehive hat, was sitting at a polished mahogany table on whose surface there were several scored scratches so deep that a triangular piece of the veneer had come cleanly away, […].

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From English outdoor.

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outdoor m (plural outdoors)

  1. billboard (very large advertisement along the side of a road)
    • Eduardo Peñuela Cañizal, Cartazes e outdoors na poética da intempérie in 2006, Significação, n. 28, page 61:
      Tanto é assim que hoje, nas grandes cidades, os outdoors não somente são emoldurados, mas também protegidos para que o tempo não os deteriore.
      So much that today, in the big cities, billboards are not only framed, but also protected so that the weather doesn’t deriorate them.