outdoor

[out-dawr, -dohr]
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Origin of outdoor

First recorded in 1740–50; out- + door
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outdoor

adjective
  1. (prenominal) taking place, existing, or intended for use in the open airoutdoor games; outdoor clothes Also: out-of-door
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Word Origin and History for outdoor
adj.

1748, from out + door. Out-of-door is from c.1800.

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