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indoors

adverb
 
 
/ˌɪnˈdɔːz/
B1 into or inside a building: If you're feeling cold, we can go indoors. Many ferns grow well indoors.In and at
Translations of “indoors”
in Korean 실내에…
in Arabic في الدّاخِل…
in Portuguese dentro…
in Catalan dins…
in Japanese 屋内に(で)…
in Italian dentro, all’interno, al coperto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 往室內, 在室內…
in Russian в помещение, в помещении…
in Turkish içeriye, içeride, kapalı alana/alanda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 往室内, 在室内…
in Polish do domu, w domu…
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