outback definition

  • adverb:
    • off to or in remote outlying country, especially in Australia or brand new Zealand.
    • To or towards many remote and desolate aspects of Australia.
  • noun:
    • The remote rural part of a country especially of Australia or New Zealand.
    • more remote and desolate aspects of Australian Continent; the wilderness and areas also arid for growing crops.
    • The remote bush nation of Australia.
    • the bush country associated with the interior of Australian Continent
  • adjective:
    • Characteristic quite remote and desolate aspects of Australian Continent; very remote from cities.
    • just like out-of-the-way.
    • inaccessible and sparsely populated

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