out-of-town

adjective

Definition of out-of-town

  1. 1 :  coming from or going to another town or city out-of-town mail out-of-town visitors

  2. 2 :  happening in another town or city The band has an out-of-town show tomorrow night.

  3. 3 British :  located away from the center of a town out-of-town shopping centers


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