Definition of out-of-town in English:

out-of-town

Syllabification: out-of-town

adjective

Situated, originating from, or taking place outside a given or implied city or town: a reception for influential out-of-town guests
More example sentences
  • We only have to look to the success of out-of-town shopping and market towns to see that this is the case, so how would closing more streets help achieve this?
  • Residents commute to work in other towns and cities and shop at out-of-town retail parks and supermarkets or even on the Internet.
  • Recent years have seen the rise of online dealers and out-of-town car supermarkets.

Derivatives

out-of-towner

noun
More example sentences
  • These out-of-towners often sent mail orders for cookware to the shop after their trips.
  • The new format is meant to educate these out-of-towners on what the newspaper stands for and what they're accomplishing.
  • The program matches guests with volunteers of similar interests, offering out-of-towners a chance to see the city with a local.

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