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Translation of "inner" - English-Spanish dictionary

inner

adjective   /ˈɪn·ər/
on the inside, or near the middle of something interior Leading off the main hall is a series of inner rooms. →  Opposite outer
Inner feelings or thoughts are ones that you do not show or tell other people. interior Karen always seemed to have a deep sense of inner peace.
(Definition of inner from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

inner

adjective /ˈinə/
placed etc on the inside or further in interior; (inner tube= cámara) The inner tube of his tyre was punctured.
(of feelings etc) secret or hidden íntimo, profundo I could not guess what his inner thoughts might be.
innermost adjective
placed etc furthest from the edge or outside más profundo the innermost parts of the castle.
(also inmost) most secret or hidden más íntimo, más secreto his innermost feelings in the innermost corners of his heart.
inner tube noun
a rubber tube filled with air inside a car tyre/tire or a bicycle tyre/tire. cámara de aire
(Definition of inner from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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