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outward

adjective [always before noun]
 
 
/ˈaʊtwəd/
showing on the outside: He had a serious illness, but there was no outward sign of it.From, out and outside
outward flight/journey, etc a fight/journey, etc away from a place that you will return to →  Opposite inward adjective Journeys
Translations of “outward”
in Korean 표면상의…
in Arabic خارِجي…
in Portuguese exterior, externo…
in Catalan extern…
in Japanese 外見上の…
in Italian esteriore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外面的, 外表的,外面的…
in Russian внешний, видимый…
in Turkish dış, harici…
in Chinese (Simplified) 外面的, 外表的,外面的…
in Polish zewnętrzny, widoczny…
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