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outro

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Pronunciation: /ˈaʊtrəʊ
 
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Definition of outro in English:

noun (plural outros)

informal
The concluding section of a piece of music or a radio or television programme: we had played enough for the outro
More example sentences
  • It's capped off with an ultra-suave outro that shows Radio 4 knows how to deal out the style with the substance in equal dollops.
  • This is a bleak and brooding song yet the uplifting outro give a sense of hope for the flawed central character.
  • The songs on the CD I can do without; it's the station IDs, the ads, the intros and outros that almost make me wish I could cobble together a wayback machine of my own and go live there, just for a summer, just once.

Origin

1970s: from out, on the pattern of intro.

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