English adjective: outside
|1.||outside relating to or being on or near the outer side or limit|
|Samples||An outside margin.|
|Similar||after-school, extracurricular, extracurricular, right|
|2.||outside coming from the outside|
|Samples||Extraneous light in the camera spoiled the photograph.|
Relying upon an extraneous income.
Disdaining outside pressure groups.
|3.||outside originating or belonging beyond some bounds:|
|Samples||The outside world.|
An outside job.
|4.||outside located, suited for, or taking place in the open air|
Badminton and other outdoor games.
A beautiful outdoor setting for the wedding.
|Similar||alfresco, open-air, outdoorsy|
|5.||outside functioning outside the boundaries or precincts of an organized unit|
|Samples||Extramural hospital care and treatment.|
|6.||outside leading to or from the outside|
|Samples||An outside door.|
|7.||outside from or between other countries|
Developing nations need outside help.
|8.||outside very unlikely|
|Samples||An outside chance.|
A remote possibility.
A remote contingency.
|9.||outside on or toward an outer edge|
|Samples||An outer lane.|
The outside lane.
|10.||outside (of a baseball pitch) on the far side of home plate from the batter|
|Samples||The pitch was away (or wide).|
An outside pitch.
|Domain category||baseball, baseball game|
English noun: outside
|1.||outside (location) the region that is outside of something|
|Broader (hypernym)||part, region|
|Narrower (hyponym)||open, open air, out-of-doors, outdoors|
|2.||outside (location) the outer side or surface of something|
English adverb: outside
|1.||outside outside a building|
|Samples||In summer we play outside.|
|Synonyms||alfresco, out of doors, outdoors|
|2.||outside on the outside|
|Samples||Outside, the box is black.|