Out-of-town meaning

outəv-toun
Of, relating to, or being from another town or city.
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Happening in another town or city.

The out-of-town opening of a new play.

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Alternative form of out of town.
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(of a person) Away from home; out of one's hometown.

They are out of town this week.

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(of a person) From a different place.

They look like they are from out of town.

It's the kind of Manhattan place you take your relatives when they come from out of town.

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