out-of-state

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Adjective[edit]

out-of-state (comparative more out-of-state, superlative most out-of-state)

  1. (US) Of, pertaining to, or originating in another state
    out-of-state plates
  2. (US, not comparable) Available to individuals from another state; available to individuals not from the current or relevant state
    • 2007, Ronald G. Ehrenberg, What's Happening to Public Education? The Shifting Financial Burden[1], page 172:
      Out-of-state tuition is generally two to three times higher than in-state tuition for each of the years, regardless of institution type.

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