open air

noun
the outdoors.

Origin:
1520–30

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open-air

[oh-puhn-air]
adjective
existing in, taking place in, or characteristic of the open air; outdoor: The orchestra gave three open-air concerts last summer.

Origin:
1820–30

open-airish, adjective
open-airishness, noun
open-airness, noun
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open air
 
n
a.  the place or space where the air is unenclosed; the outdoors
 b.  (as modifier): an open-air concert

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Example sentences
The nadir came with the trip to the open-air market.
With his family, writer stops at an open-air fish bar.
We took our seats in a brightly colored open-air tent, the kind used for
  weddings and funerals, by the side of the road.
And wide shopping streets were built, instead of the customary open-air markets.
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