out-of-towner

out-of-town·er

(out′əv-tou′nər)
n.
A visitor from another town or city.
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out-of-towner

n
someone from a different place
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Translations

out-of-towner

[ˌaʊtəvˈtaʊnəʳ] N (US) → forastero/a m/f
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