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the boondocksnoun [plural]

uk   /ˈbuːn.dɒks/  us   /-dɑːks/ US disapproving
any area in the country that is quiet, has few people living in it, and is a long way away from a town or city
Translations of “the boondocks”
in Chinese (Traditional) 荒野, 窮鄉僻壤, 邊遠的鄉村地區…
in Chinese (Simplified) 荒野, 穷乡僻壤, 边远的乡村地区…
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