Out of town VERSUS Out of the town


Could you please tell me which one of the given sentences is correct?

1- He is[color=red] out of town on holiday for two weeks.
2- He is [color=red]out of the town on holiday for two weeks.


The usual expression is ‘to be out of town’, unless you have specified a place and mean ‘that one’.

Isn’t it strange??? :shock:

1- Out of danger
2- Out of town
3- Out of [color=red]a job
4- Out of[color=red] the city
5- Out of [color=red]the country


Don’t forget

6- Out-of-body
7- Out of my head
8- Out of sight, out of mind.