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out·back

 (out′băk′)
adv.
Out to or in remote rural country, especially in Australia or New Zealand.
n. (out′băk′)
The remote rural part of a country, especially of Australia or New Zealand.

out′back′er n.

outback

(ˈaʊtˌbæk)
n
a. the remote bush country of Australia
b. (as modifier): outback life.

out•back


(ˈaʊtˌbæk)
n.
(sometimes cap.) Chiefly Australian. the back country or remote settlements; the bush (usu. prec. by the).
[1875]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.outback - the bush country of the interior of Australiaoutback - the bush country of the interior of Australia
bush - a large wilderness area
Australian Desert, Great Australian Desert - general name given to all desert areas in Australia
Adj.1.outback - inaccessible and sparsely populated;
inaccessible, unaccessible - capable of being reached only with great difficulty or not at all
Translations
ødemark
lakott területektõl távoli
óbyggîir
retai gyvenami rajonai
reti apdzīvoti rajoni valsts vidienē
ıssız bölge

outback

[ˈaʊtbæk] N (in Australia) → despoblado m, campo m

outback

[ˈaʊtbæk] n
the outback (in Australia)l'outback m le désert australien

outback

(in Australia)
n the outbackdas Hinterland
attr an outback farmeine Farm im Hinterland

outback

[ˈaʊtˌbæk] n (in Australia) → entroterra m

outback

(ˈautbak) noun
(in Australia) the country areas away from the coast and cities.
References in periodicals archive ?
Giddy at their sudden good fortune, the men can't help but attract attention from two jealous outbackers (Peter Moon, Alan Brough).
For the first time on tour however Wales plugged their leaky defence to shut out the plucky outbackers.