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English adjective: inside

1. inside relating to or being on the side closer to the center or within a defined space


SamplesHe reached into his inside jacket pocket.
Inside out.
An inside pitch is between home plate and the batter.


Similarwrong


See alsointernal


Antonymsoutside

2. inside being or applying to the inside of a building


SamplesAn inside wall.


Similarinterior


Antonymsexterior

3. inside confined to an exclusive group


SamplesPrivy to inner knowledge.
Inside information.
Privileged information.


Synonymsinner, privileged


Similarexclusive


Antonymsinclusive

4. inside away from the outer edge


SamplesAn inner lahne.
The inside lane.


Similarinner


Antonymsouter


English noun: inside

1. inside (location) the region that is inside of something


Synonymsinterior


Broader (hypernym)part, region


Narrower (hyponym)midland, midst, penetralia, thick


Antonymsexterior, outside

2. inside (location) the inner or enclosed surface of something


Synonymsinterior


Broader (hypernym)surface


Narrower (hyponym)belly


Antonymsexterior, outside


English adverb: inside

1. inside within a building


SamplesIn winter we play inside.


Synonymsindoors


Antonymsalfresco, out of doors, outdoors, outside

2. inside on the inside


SamplesInside, the car is a mess.


Synonymswithin


Antonymsoutside

3. inside with respect to private feelings


SamplesInwardly, she was raging.


Synonymsinwardly


Antonymsoutwardly

4. inside in reality


SamplesShe is very kind at heart.


Synonymsat bottom, at heart, deep down, in spite of appearance









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