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outdoor
American English: /ˈaʊtˌdɔr/
British English: /ˈaʊtdɔː/

Translation of outdoor in Spanish:

adjective

  • (before noun)
    (clothes)
    (for winter)
    (plants)
    de exterior
    (swimming pool)
    al aire libre
    the outdoor life
    la vida al aire libre
    he's very much the outdoor type
    es el tipo de persona a la que le gusta la vida al aire libre
    outdoor antenna o (British English) aerial
    antena (feminine) exterior
    outdoor games
    juegos (masculine plural) al aire libre
    outdoor pursuits (British English)
    actividades (feminine plural) al aire libre
    you may need a filter for outdoor shots
    quizás necesites un filtro para sacar fotos afuera
    Example sentences
    • Here is situated a residential and outdoor centre where young people can enjoy the countryside.
    • The outdoor concert was cancelled and the various acts performed in local pubs instead.
    • Summer is the time for music festivals, concerts and other outdoor events.

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