To my surprise I can't find definition of "way out in" in all directories and dictionaries I have at hand. Only https://context.reverso.net contains it and interprets like "far from" but I don't much trust Context.Reverso especially if I can't compare its results with other directories' ones because sometimes they are full of errors. It interprets: That's way out in the Valley. like: That is far from the Valley. or: Okay, Mike's way out in the Everglades. like Okay, Mike is on the way to Everglades. I think the interpretation of phrase is right, but usage and examples are wrong? I came across with the phrase "way out in" in this lyrics: Dschinghis Khan - The Strangers Beings from galaxies way out in space Came to Earth at the dawn of the young human race Came to help us Way can be translated like "place" or "area" but what is "out in" or even perhaps the whole phrase "way out in"? Is it idiomatic and means something particular?