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outdoor

Pronunciation: /ˈaʊtdɔːr; ˈaʊtdɔː(r)/

Translation of outdoor in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • (before noun/delante del nombre) [clothes] de calle; (for winter) de abrigo; [plants] de exterior; [swimming pool] descubierto, 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/inglés británico) aerial antena (feminine) exterior outdoor games juegos (masculine plural) al aire libre outdoor pursuits (British English/inglés británico) 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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