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English definition of “from within”

from within

by the people who belong to an organization and not by people from outside it: If things are to change , the company must be reformed from within.In and at Grammar:WithinWithin is a preposition.Grammar:Within: spaceWithin means ‘inside or not further than a particular area or space’:Grammar:Within: timeWe can use within to refer to time:
(Definition of from within from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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