Definition of indoor in English:

indoor

Line breaks: in¦door
Pronunciation: /ˈɪndɔː
 
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adjective

[attributive]
1Situated, conducted, or used within a building or under cover: indoor sports
More example sentences
  • The work will see the indoor market within the shopping centre transformed.
  • However, raising a wide variety of fowl and pigs are well within the capabilities of indoor farming.
  • Unique gift for special occasions, a stunning patio and indoor plant and feature tree for parks and large gardens.
1.1Relating to sports played indoors: the national indoor champion
More example sentences
  • Debbie initially took up the sport on an indoor rowing machine at a local health club.
  • Tuesday is senior training night; this time of the year the grammar school gym is a welcome indoor facility.
  • Im talking a choice of sports, both indoor and out so children can choose their occupation.

Origin

early 18th century (superseding earlier within-door): from in (as a preposition) + door.

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