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outside

noun /ˈautsaid/
the outer surface The outside of the house was painted white. outsider noun a person who is not part of a group etc
extraño, forastero, desconocido, intruso
She always felt like an outsider at school.
(in a race etc) a runner who is not expected to win
competidor con pocas posibilidades de ganar
The race was won by a complete outsider.
at the outside at the most
como máximo, como mucho
I shall be there for an hour at the outside.
outside in turned so that the inside and outside change places
del revés
You’re wearing your jersey outside in.
Translations of “outside”
in Vietnamese bề ngoài…
in Thai ข้างนอก…
in Malaysian di luar…
in French extérieur…
in German das Äußere…
in Indonesian bagian luar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 外部, 外部,外面…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外部, 外部,外面…
(Definition of outside from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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