- 1) Formula 1 slang. Anywhere off the track but still part of the circuit: where drivers end up when they leave the track.
And that's Pedro De La Rosa in the boonies.2) The boondocks, the rural areas.
Here come those hicks from the boonies.
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boonies — colloquial shortening of BOONDOCKS (Cf. boondocks); by 1964, originally among U.S. troops in Vietnam War (in reference to the rural areas of the country, as opposed to Saigon) … Etymology dictionary
boonies — [bo͞o′nēz] pl.n. Slang boondocks; hinterland: used with the … English World dictionary
boonies — noun plural Date: 1956 slang boondocks 2 … New Collegiate Dictionary
boonies — /booh neez/, n. (used with a pl. v.) Informal. boondocks. [see BOONDOCKS, IE] * * * … Universalium
boonies — noun Boondocks … Wiktionary
boonies — boo|nies [ˈbu:niz] n [plural] AmE informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: boondocks] the boondocks … Dictionary of contemporary English
boonies — n. (Slang) boondocks, very remote and isolated location … English contemporary dictionary
boonies — [ bu:nɪz] plural noun short for boondocks … English new terms dictionary
boonies — noun (plural) AmE informal boondocks … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
boonies — Noun. Rural areas, the countryside. Abb. of boondocks. Orig. U.S … English slang and colloquialisms