way out

When English speakers who live in cities talk about places that are in the country or in the wilderness, we use the word "out":

She lives out in the country.

You can also use "out" to describe being in another city that's far away toward the east or west:

Mirabel just moved out to L.A. a few weeks ago.

When somewhere is especially far, use "way out":

The nearest one I know of is way out in Burlington.

This phrase appears in these lessons: