- IPA: /ˌaʊtˈsaɪdəɹ/
outsider (plural outsiders)
- One who is not part of a community or organization.
- While the initiated easily understand the symbols, they are wholly inaccessible to outsiders.
- A newcomer with little or no experience in an organization or community.
- Seeing the mess professional politicians have made of things is it any wonder the electorate is beginning to prefer outsiders.
- A competitor or contestant who has little chance of winning; a long shot
- Johnny was an outsider at this years karate tournament, but he still managed to win second place out of sheer determination.
- (someone excluded) stranger; see also Thesaurus:outcast or Thesaurus:foreigner
- (a newcomer) newling; see also Thesaurus:newcomer
- (a long shot) dark horse, little guy, underdog
- French: exclu
- German: Außenseiter, Aussenseiter (alternative spelling), Außenseiterin
- Italian: estraneo
- Portuguese: marginal, forasteiro
- Russian: аутса́йдер
- Spanish: marginado
- French: nouveau venu, étranger, inconnu
- German: Neuling, Anfänger
- Russian: новичо́к
- Spanish: lego, novato, principiante