off the beaten track


off the beaten track
   Somewhere that's off the beaten track is in a remote location.
  (Dorking School Dictionary)

English Idioms & idiomatic expressions. 2014.

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  • off the beaten track — {adv. phr.} Not well known or often used; not gone to or seen by many people; unusual. * /The theater is off the beaten track./ * /We are looking for a vacation spot that is off the beaten track./ Compare: OUT OF THE WAY …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • off the beaten track — {adv. phr.} Not well known or often used; not gone to or seen by many people; unusual. * /The theater is off the beaten track./ * /We are looking for a vacation spot that is off the beaten track./ Compare: OUT OF THE WAY …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Off the Beaten Track — Compilation album by The Stranglers Released 1986 Recorded 1977 1982 Genre Rock …   Wikipedia

  • off the beaten track — 1. adjective In a place or places not commonly visited. From Nikko northwards my route was altogether off the beaten track, and had never been traversed in its entirety by any European. I lived among the Japanese, and saw their mode of living in… …   Wiktionary

  • Off the Beaten Track (album) — Infobox Album Name = Off the Beaten Track Type = compilation Artist = The Stranglers Released = 1986 Recorded = ??? Genre = Rock Length = Label = ??? Producer = Reviews = Chronology = The Stranglers compilations Last album = The Collection 1977… …   Wikipedia

  • off the beaten path — 1. adjective In a secluded location; in a place which is not frequently visited or not widely known. Only a small group of websites, well off the beaten path of most surfers, contain the malicious code. 2. adverb To a secluded location; to a… …   Wiktionary

  • Off the Beaten Path — Studio album by Dave Koz Released August 20, 1996 …   Wikipedia

  • beaten track — noun A well populated area or well trodden path; any busy area. The isolated cottage was well off the beaten track …   Wiktionary

  • throw off the track — {v. phr.} To divert; mislead; confuse. * /The clever criminals threw the detective off the track by changing their names and faces./ Contrast: OFF THE BEATEN TRACK …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • throw off the track — {v. phr.} To divert; mislead; confuse. * /The clever criminals threw the detective off the track by changing their names and faces./ Contrast: OFF THE BEATEN TRACK …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • The Stranglers — The Stranglers …   Википедия


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