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inwardly

adverb uk   /ˈɪn.wəd.li/  us   /-wɚd-/
inside your mind and not expressed to other people: He was inwardly relieved that the test was cancelled.
Translations of “inwardly”
in Korean 마음속으로…
in Arabic عَقلِيّا, داخِليّا…
in Portuguese por dentro…
in Catalan per dins…
in Japanese 心の中で…
in Italian internamente, interiormente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在內心,暗自地…
in Russian про себя, в душе…
in Turkish içten içe, gizliden gizliye…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在内心,暗自地…
in Polish w duchu…
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