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out·doors(out-dôrz′) also out-of-doors (out′əv-dôrz′)
Outdoors is an adverb. If something happens outdoors, it does not happen inside a building.
When someone goes out of a building, you don't usually say that they go 'outdoors'. You say that they go outside.
Outdoor is an adjective used in front of a noun. You use it to describe things or activities that exist or happen in the open air, rather than inside a building.
|Noun||1.||outdoors - where the air is unconfined; "he wanted to get outdoors a little"; "the concert was held in the open air"; "camping in the open"|
|Adv.||1.||outdoors - outside a building; "in summer we play outside"|
go and play outdoors → id a jugar fuera
to go outdoors → salir fuera
outdoors, there are three heated swimming pools → afuera, hay tres piscinas climatizadas
The ceremony was being held outdoors → La cérémonie se tenait en plein air.
to be outdoors → être dehors
to eat outdoors → manger dehors