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inside

adjective
 
 
/ˌɪnˈsaɪd/
B2 [always before noun] in or on the part of something under its surface: Put your wallet in the inside pocket of your jacket.In and at
inside information/knowledge, etc information that is only known by people who are part of an organization, group, etc: I needed someone with inside knowledge to back up my story.Information and messagesSecrecy and privacy
Translations of “inside”
in Arabic داخِل…
in Korean 안쪽의…
in Malaysian di dalam…
in French dans, à l’intérieur…
in Turkish iç…
in Italian dentro, interno…
in Chinese (Traditional) (資訊)內部的…
in Russian внутренний…
in Polish wewnętrzny…
in Vietnamese trong nhà…
in Spanish dentro…
in Portuguese interior…
in Thai ภายใน…
in German innen…
in Catalan interior…
in Japanese 内側の…
in Indonesian di dalam rumah…
in Chinese (Simplified) (信息)内部的…
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