Inside meaning

ĭn-sīd, ĭnsīd
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Into or in the interior; within.
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Inside means the inner area.

An example of the inside is the living space of a home.

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The definition of inside is inner, indoor or private.

An example of inside used as an adjective is in the phrase "inside door."

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Inside is defined as the inner part of something.

An example of inside is what is in the envelope; inside the envelope.

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Within.

We'll be there inside an hour.

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Inside is defined as inner parts, or within the limits.

An example of inside used as an adverb is in the phrase "go inside."

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An inner side or surface.
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The part away from the edge; the middle part.
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(slang) Confidential or secret information.
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Inner; interior.
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Relating to, known to, or coming from an exclusive group.

Inside information; an inside joke.

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(baseball) Passing on the side of home plate nearer the batter. Used of a pitch.
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On the inner side.
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(slang) In prison.
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The part lying within; inner side, surface, or part; interior.
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The part closest to something specified or implied, as the part of a sidewalk closest to the buildings.
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(informal) The internal organs of the body, as the stomach and intestines.
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On or in the inside; internal.
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Of or suited for the inside.
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Working or used indoors; indoor.
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Known only to insiders; secret or private.

The inside story.

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(baseball) Passing between home plate and the batter.
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On or to the inside; within.
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Indoors.
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In or to the inside or inner part of.
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Within the limits of.

Inside an hour.

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The interior or inner or lesser part.

The inside of the building has been extensively restored.

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The side of a curved road, racetrack etc. that has the shorter arc length; the side of a racetrack nearer the interior of the course or some other point of reference.

The car in front drifted wide on the bend, so I darted up the inside to take the lead.

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(colloquial) (in the plural) The interior organs of the body, especially the guts.

Eating that stuff will damage your insides.

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(dated, UK, colloquial) A passenger within a coach or carriage, as distinguished from one upon the outside.
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Within the interior of something, closest to the center or to a specific point of reference.

He placed the letter inside the envelope.

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Within or towards the interior of something, especially a building.

It started raining, so I went inside.

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(colloquial) In prison.

He's inside, doing a stretch for burglary.

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Originating from or arranged by someone inside an organisation.

The reporter had received inside information about the forthcoming takeover.

The robbery was planned by the security guard: it was an inside job.

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(baseball) A pitch that is toward the batter as it crosses home plate.

The first pitch is ... just a bit inside.

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Nearer to the interior of a running track, horse racing course etc.

Because of the tighter bend, it's harder to run in an inside lane.

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inside out
  • With the inner surface turned out; reversed:
    Wore the sweatshirt inside out.
  • As completely as possible; thoroughly:
    Knew the city inside out.
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on the inside
  • In a position of confidence or influence.
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inside of
  • in less than (a specified time or distance); within the space of
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inside out
  • with the inside or the inner surface on the outside; reversed
    A sweater turned inside out.
  • thoroughly; completely
    To know a subject inside out.
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on the inside
  • in a position allowing access to secret information, special advantage or favor, etc.
  • in one's inner thoughts or feelings
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