Definition of far out in English:

far out

Syllabification: far out

adjective

  • 1Unconventional or avant-garde: far-out politics
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    • Futurists seem to encourage far out thinking and unlikely ideas.
    • In recent decades, everyone who has held the position would have seemed a far out possibility just a couple of years before.
    • And isn't good science all about making leaps and trying out some pretty far out theories?
  • 1.1 [often as exclamation] informal Excellent: it’s really far out!

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