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Meaning of “inner” - Learner’s Dictionary

inner

adjective [always before noun]     /ˈɪnər/
INSIDE
B2 on the inside, or near the middle of something: The monastery is built around an inner courtyard. →  Opposite outer In and at
PRIVATE
B2 Inner feelings, thoughts, etc are ones that you do not show or tell other people: a profound sense of inner peaceParticular and individual
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