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existing in, taking place in, or characteristic of the open air; outdoor:
The orchestra gave three open-air concerts last summer.
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The nadir came with the trip to the
With his family, writer stops at an
We took our seats in a brightly colored
tent, the kind used for weddings and funerals, by the side of the road.
And wide shopping streets were built, instead of the customary
The violence started when police tried to enforce a ban on
The country is in little danger of becoming an
Five minutes further outside the centre, the road is decked with
stalls on either side, selling a huge variety of meats.
For the moment, the
markets are full, but those too will be forced to close once the flow of cash dries up.
So skip the
furnace on the valley floor and visit two of the park's only oases.
Then board the
carriages, converted from timber-carrying flat cars.
British Dictionary definitions for
the place or space where the air is unenclosed; the outdoors
an open-air concert
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