- boondocks (n.)
- 1910s, from Tagalog bundok "mountain." Adopted by occupying American soldiers in the Philippines for "remote and wild place." Reinforced or re-adopted during World War II. Hence, also boondockers "shoes suited for rough terrain," originally (1944) U.S. services slang word for field boots.
- 1. Return to Nature, reintegration boondocks became majority of the inevitable choice.
- 回归自然, 重返乡野就成了多数人的必然选择.
- 2. In northwest such boondocks, besides meat and wine, there're flower and grass. Rare.
- 西北蛮荒之地, 大口吃肉大碗喝酒之余, 倒 不忘小花小草小情小调,难得.
- 3. I moved him out of the Glass House and into the boondocks, hating minute of it.
- 我把他从玻璃大厦调到较偏僻的内地, 时刻感到不是滋味.
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