Outdoor


Outdoor

Outdoor est un terme qui est utilisé en aéromodélisme, souvent en opposition avec le mot "indoor". Il est usité souvent pour les petits parck flyer qui sont capables de voler dans les deux milieux, soit des avions d'a peu près ~1 mètre d'envergure. Ce sont principalement des avions 'semimaquette' et d'autres plus fantaisistes. Le vol outdoor est très couramment pratiqué, car les salles pour le vol indoor ne sont souvent pas faciles a trouver.

Modèles Outdoor principaux

Avions radiocommandés

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  • Outdoor — Out door , a. [For out of door.] Being, or done, in the open air; being or done outside of certain buildings, as poorhouses, hospitals, etc.; as, outdoor exercise; outdoor relief; outdoor patients. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Outdoor — (engl. „draußen“) steht für: Freizeitaktivitäten in der Natur, siehe Natursport Freilandanbau von Cannabis, siehe Outdoor Growing Outdoor (Zeitschrift), eine Zeitschrift Outdoor (Messe), eine Fachmesse für Natursportausrüstung in Friedrichshafen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • outdoor — outdoor, outdoors Outdoor is an adjective (outdoor games), whereas outdoors is an adverb (The concert was held outdoors) or noun (the great outdoors) …   Modern English usage

  • outdoor — / aʊtdɔ:/, it. / autdɔr/ agg. ingl. [comp. di out fuori e door porta ]. (sport.) [di gara, competizione atletica e sim., che si svolge all aperto] ◀▶ indoor …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • outdoor — (adj.) 1748, from OUT (Cf. out) + DOOR (Cf. door). Out of door is from c.1800. The adv. outdoors is attested from 1817; as a noun, meaning open spaces, the word is recorded from 1857. Outdoorsman one who likes outdoors activities is from 1958 …   Etymology dictionary

  • outdoor — |autedóre| s. m. Cartaz ou painel publicitário de grandes dimensões, normalmente mais largo do que alto e colocado geralmente em locais de muito movimento. • Plural: outdoors.   ‣ Etimologia: palavra inglesa …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • outdoor — /autˈdɔr, ingl. ˈautˌdɔː(r)/ [vc. ingl., comp. di out «fuori» e door «porta»] agg. inv. (di gara) all aperto CONTR. indoor (ingl.), al chiuso …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • outdoor — [adj/adv] in the open air alfresco, casual, free, garden, healthful, hilltop, informal, in the open, invigorating, mountain, natural, nature loving, out of doors, out of the house, outside, patio, picnic, rustic, unrestricted, woods, yard;… …   New thesaurus

  • outdoor — ► ADJECTIVE 1) done, situated, or used outdoors. 2) liking the outdoors …   English terms dictionary

  • outdoor — [out΄dôr′] adj. 1. being or taking place outdoors 2. of, relating to, or fond of the outdoors …   English World dictionary