back country

back country
A remote part of a country

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  • back-country — backˈ country noun Remote, thinly populated districts (also adjective) • • • Main Entry: ↑back …   Useful english dictionary

  • back country — back .country n [U] 1.) especially AusE a country area where few people live 2.) AmE an area, especially in the mountains, away from roads and towns …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • back country — back ,country noun uncount AMERICAN a country area where there are not many people …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • back country — back country, adj. 1. a sparsely populated rural region remote from a settled area. 2. Australian. a remote, undeveloped part of a large farm or cattle station. [1740 50] * * * …   Universalium

  • Back Country — Infobox Album | Name = Backcountry Type = live Artist = Five for Fighting Released = November 6 2007 Recorded = Genre = Soft rock Length = Label = Producer = Reviews = Back Country is a live CD/DVD which was released by solo artist, Five for… …   Wikipedia

  • back country — also backcountry N SING: the N The back country is an area that is a long way from any city and has very few people living in it. [AM] They have moved deep into the back country …   English dictionary

  • back-country — /ˈbæk kʌntri/ (say bak kuntree) adjective belonging to or characteristic of back country …  

  • back country — back′ coun try n. cvb a sparsely populated rural region remote from a settled area • Etymology: 1740–50 back′ coun try, adj …   From formal English to slang

  • back country — Synonyms and related words: Lebensraum, air space, back, back of beyond, backwood, backwoods, backwoodsy, boondock, boondocks, borderland, brush, bush country, bushveld, clear space, clearance, clearing, desert, distant prospect, empty view,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • back country — sparsely settled rural area, inner and mostly unsettled part of a country …   English contemporary dictionary

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