Translation of way-out in Spanish:

way-out

Pronunciation: /ˌweɪˈaʊt/

adj (predicative/predicativo way out)

  • [colloquial/familiar] ultramoderno, estrambótico [colloquial/familiar]
    More example sentences
    • All of them are conservative types, and think I'm weird and way-out for what I do and don't do when it comes to church and religion.
    • With their way-out designs and wacky wardrobes, these fashion students at York College are more used to setting trends than following them.
    • The result is just as way-out and bizarre, but a lot less funny.

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