Definition of outside of in English:

outside of

chiefly North American
1Beyond the boundaries of: a village 20 miles outside of New York
More example sentences
  • The site is in the Green Belt, and outside of any defined development boundary.
1.1Apart from: outside of an unfortunate sermon, he never put a foot wrong
More example sentences
  • Stop thinking the day is about anything outside of religion besides having a good time.
  • This means that members of the public will have to use the park's public toilets outside of these hours.
  • He accepts that, outside of a handful of top flight clubs, few will have his take-home pay.
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