[out-uh v-dawrz, -dohrz] /ˈaʊt əvˈdɔrz, -ˈdoʊrz/

Also, out-of-door. .
(used with a singular verb) .
adverb, adjective
(postpositive) in the open air; outside Also outdoors


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