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out there

noun;
what one perceives world to be like reason used: to convey in understandable terms that every person perceives the world in a different light and thus has a different view of what is “out there”
 
The out there of a dog is likely to be more focused on smell in comparison to what humans see out there.
Etymology : colloquial term
Source : psychology article by E. Rosch
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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