outside

Definitions


[ˈaʊtsʌɪd], (Noun)

Definitions:
- the external side or surface of something
(e.g: record the date on the outside of the file)

- the external appearance of someone or something
(e.g: was he as straight as he appeared on the outside?)


Phrases:
- an outside chance
- at the outside
- get outside of
- on the outside
- on the outside looking in
- outside of

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[ˈaʊtsʌɪd], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- situated on or near the exterior or external surface of something
(e.g: Anne put the outside lights on)

- not belonging to or coming from within a particular group
(e.g: the use of outside contractors will speed up the process)


Phrases:
- an outside chance
- at the outside
- get outside of
- on the outside
- on the outside looking in
- outside of

Origin:


[aʊtˈsʌɪd], (Preposition)

Definitions:
- situated or moving beyond the boundaries or confines of
(e.g: there was a boy outside the door)

- beyond the limits or scope of
(e.g: the switchboard is not staffed outside normal office hours)


Phrases:
- an outside chance
- at the outside
- get outside of
- on the outside
- on the outside looking in
- outside of

Origin:


[aʊtˈsʌɪd], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- not within the boundaries or confines of a place
(e.g: the dog was still barking outside)


Phrases:
- an outside chance
- at the outside
- get outside of
- on the outside
- on the outside looking in
- outside of

Origin:




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