out-of-town meaning, out-of-town definition | English Cobuild dictionary

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out-of-town  

1       adj   Out-of-town shops or facilities are situated away from the centre of a town or city.  
ADJ n  
...shopping at cheaper, out-of-town supermarkets.     
2       adj   Out-of-town is used to describe people who do not live in a particular town or city, but have travelled there for a particular purpose.  
ADJ n  
...a deluxe hotel for out-of-town visitors.     
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n.
a popular person in a community
exp.
celebrate smth. with excitement; party wildly; party all night long
npl.
(1) a remote area; an area in the countryside that is far from a town or city (2) a town or city regarded as dull or unsophisticated
[Informal] [Disapproving] E.g.: Living out in the sticks requires more thought when it comes to transport due to the fact that you live far away from anywhere.

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