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Definition of day out in English:

noun (plural days out)

British
A trip or excursion for a day.
Example sentences
  • Their four-day visit included a trip to London and a day out to Winchester and Salisbury.
  • Miss Parker said the attack occurred as the pair returned to Bradford from a day out in Scarborough.
  • We had a good day out but it was great to get back to the comfort of the hotel and be waited on with an excellent dinner.

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