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outwardly

adverb
 
 
/ˈaʊtwədli/
If someone is outwardly calm, confident, etc, they seem to be calm, confident, etc, although they may not feel that way: She was very nervous, but she remained outwardly calm. →  Opposite inwardly From, out and outside
Translations of “outwardly”
in Korean 겉으로는…
in Arabic ظاهِريّا…
in Portuguese por fora…
in Catalan per fora…
in Japanese 外見上は…
in Italian esternamente, esteriormente…
in Russian внешне, на вид…
in Turkish dışta, dıştan, görünüşte…
in Polish na zewnątrz, na pozór, z pozoru…
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