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Translation of "outsider" - English-Spanish dictionary

outsider

noun   /ˌaʊtˈsaɪ.dər/
a person who is not involved with a particular group of people or organization or who does not live in a particular place afuerano, -a Outsiders have a glamorized idea of what it is like to work in Hollywood.669
a person who is not liked or accepted as a member of a particular group, organization, or society and who feels different from those people who are accepted as members marginado, -a As a child he was very much an outsider, never participating in the games other children played.647
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