And since they're talking about the sun, they must mean 'outside the sun's field'; in other words, 'beyond the solar system'!
"Here's hoping you're right, sir," he said, which was what the gesture meant in words.
Which means "Oh gosh, you and your tricks", basically in simple words when put into English.
It may also mean "seal the room;" in other words, take steps to prevent outside air from coming in.
To encapsulate what you meant to us in words is an insurmountable task.
It means, in other words, a tighter balance of payments deficit.
"Which means, in other words, that you wouldn't trust me?"
It's there on the table before you written up in technical language, and I've explained what it means in words of one syllable.
The prefix peta means 10 to the 15th power - in other words, one quadrillion.
The work is meant, in other words, to be in flux: always in a state of becoming.