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Spanish translation of “inward”

inward

adjective /ˈinwəd/
being within, especially in the mind his inward thoughts. moving towards the inside
hacia dentro
an inward curve in the coastline.
inward adverb ( inwards) towards the inside or the centre
hacia dentro
When one of the eyes turns inwards, we call the effect a squint.
inwardly adverb in one’s thoughts; secretly
interiormente
He was inwardly pleased when she failed She was laughing/groaning inwardly.
(Definition of inward from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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