- back of beyond
- IAustralian Slangfar out bush as one can get, right out outback of AustraliaIIAustralian EnglishFar away in the outback.
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Back O' Beyond — is a rural area of San Andreas in the game . It is around 5 minutes from Mount Chilliad (based on Mount Diablo) and around the same from Los Santos (Los Angeles)It is shaped like a big foot, thus making it the best place to hunt for Bigfoot or… … Wikipedia
back of beyond — noun a very remote and inaccessible place you d have to go to the back of beyond to find one of those • Hypernyms: ↑depth * * * : an extremely remote place ; especially : the outback of Australia * * * noun the back of beyond informal : a p … Useful english dictionary
back o' beyond — Australian Informal. remote; out of the way; isolated. * * * back of beyond, back o beyond see beyond C. b … Useful english dictionary
back of beyond — An isolated place located far from any town is said to be in the back of beyond. It took us hours to find Jack s house. He lives in the back of beyond … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
back of beyond — Colloquial –noun 1. a remote, inaccessible place. 2. the far outback: *Thinks she s comin to the back o beyond, does Mely! –henry handel richardson, 1917. –adverb 3. in the outback. 4. to the outback. Also, back o beyond … Australian English dictionary
back of beyond — noun A very remote place. and you, wi’ some o’ your auld warld stories, that the mind o’ man canna resist, whirl’d them to the back o’ beyont to look at the auld Roman camp Syn: beyond the black stump … Wiktionary
back of beyond — Synonyms and related words: China, Darkest Africa, God knows where, Greenland, North Pole, Outer Mongolia, Pago Pago, Pillars of Hercules, Siberia, South Pole, Thule, Tierra del Fuego, Timbuktu, Ultima Thule, Yukon, antipodean, antipodes, back,… … Moby Thesaurus
back of beyond — Date: 1816 a remote place … New Collegiate Dictionary
back o' beyond — Australian Informal. remote; out of the way; isolated. * * * … Universalium
Back of beyond — far out bush as one can get, right out outback of Australia … Dictionary of Australian slang