Definición de outlandish en inglés:


Saltos de línea: out|land|ish
Pronunciación: /aʊtˈlandɪʃ


  • 1Looking or sounding bizarre or unfamiliar: outlandish, brightly coloured clothes
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    • They came to watch a bunch of people dressed in ridiculous clothes and outlandish make-up run amok in a slapstick whirlwind of escapism.
    • The longer people went without answers, the more outlandish and bizarre their theories became.
    • At any rate, this all seems rather bizarre and outlandish - until you realise where the bodies are buried.



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  • The solos, while clearly demonstrating proficiency and accomplishment on the various instruments, were not outlandishly virtuoustic (as one often finds with emerging jazz groups trying to consolidate their place on the scene).
  • Said hedge fund manager offered the hoariest excuse known to man for doing a merger: because you want to gain control of an asset whose owner is charging outlandishly high rents.
  • Strange as they look and outlandishly as they may behave, they won't bite, usually.


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  • It was the outlandishness of some of the requests.
  • Her first zine, from which the collection takes its title, presents a young girl's most embarrassing memories, which steadily build in outlandishness.
  • It's all there, in its laughable outlandishness.


Old English ūtlendisc 'not native', from ūtland 'foreign country'.

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elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody