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insidenoun

 us   /ɪnˈsɑɪd, ˈɪnˌsɑɪd/

inside noun (INNER PART)

the inner part, space, or side of (something): [U] the inside of a car [U] the inside of your wrist infml Your insides are your stomach and other digestive organs.
Idioms

insidepreposition, adjective, adverb [not gradable]

 us   /ɪnˈsɑɪd, ˈɪn·sɑɪd/

inside preposition, adjective, adverb [not gradable] (IN INNER PART)

in or into a room, building, container, or something similar: What’s inside the big box? I’ll work inside and you work outside. People inside (= working for) the White House get an us versus them mentality. If you get inside an idea or someone’s mind, you understand the idea or the person: He tried to get inside her mind.inside of If you do something inside of a particular time, you do it using slightly less than that amout of time: I should be back inside of two hours.
Translations of “inside”
in Arabic داخِل…
in Korean 안에, 마음속에…
in Malaysian di dalam…
in French dans, à l’intérieur…
in Italian dentro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 裡面,內部, (肢體的)內側…
in Vietnamese trong nhà…
in Spanish dentro…
in Portuguese dentro (de), no interior…
in Thai ภายใน…
in German innen…
in Catalan (a/cap a) dins (de), per dins…
in Japanese 内側に(で), 内心は…
in Indonesian di dalam rumah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 里面,内部, (肢体的)内侧…
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