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off the beaten track

(US also off the beaten path)
C2 in a place where few people go, far from any main roads and towns: The farmhouse we stayed in was completely off the beaten track.
Translations of “off the beaten track”
in Chinese (Traditional) 偏僻的,人跡罕至的…
in Russian расположенный в стороне, удаленный…
in Turkish sapa/ücra/ıssız yerde…
in Chinese (Simplified) 偏僻的,人迹罕至的…
in Polish na bezdrożach, na odludziu…
(Definition of off the beaten track from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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