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inside /'in'said/
  • danh từ
    • mặt trong, phía trong, phần trong, bên trong
    • phần giữa
      • the inside of a week: phần giữa tuần
    • (thông tục) lòng, ruột
    • to turn inside out
      • lộn trong ra ngoài
  • tính từ & phó từ
    • ở trong, từ trong, nội bộ
      • inside information: tin tức nội bộ
      • an inside job: một công việc làm ở trong; (thông tục) một vụ trộm nội bộ
      • inside of a week: trong vòng một tuần
  • giới từ
    • ở phía trong; vào trong
Concise Dictionary
insides‚ɪn'saɪd
noun
+the region that is inside of something
+the inner or enclosed surface of something
adj.
+relating to or being on the side closer to the center or within a defined space
+being or applying to the inside of a building
+confined to an exclusive group
+away from the outer edge
adv.
+within a building
+on the inside
+with respect to private feelings
+in reality

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 interior, centre, core, middle, heart; contents; lining, backing:
From the outside one could never guess what the inside looks like. Please paint the inside of the cabinet blue.
2 Usually, insides. bowels, entrails, viscera, gut(s), stomach, Colloq innards:
He has had trouble with his insides for years.
3 inside out. everted, reversed; backwards:
He is wearing his pullover inside out.
adj.
4 favoured, advantageous, favourable, advantaged, privileged, preferred, preferential, propitious, exclusive; internal, private, secret, confidential, privy, clandestine:
She has an inside track to the chairman. He claims to have inside information about the successful bidder
5 internal, interior; arranged, prearranged:
The police think it was an inside job.
adv.
6 fundamentally, basically, at bottom, by nature:
Despite her gruff exterior, inside she is quite sentimental.
7 in prison, in jail or Brit also gaol, imprisoned, incarcerated, Slang Brit in quod, US up the river:
He'll be inside for another five years.
prep.
8 within, US inside of:
Because of rain, the party was held inside the building.
Advanced English Dictionary
preposition, adverb, noun, adjective
+ preposition
(also inside of especially in AmE)
1 on or to the inner part of sth/sb; within sth/sb: Go inside the house. + Inside the box was a gold watch. + For years we had little knowledge of what life was like inside China. + You'll feel better with a good meal inside you. + (figurative) Inside most of us is a small child screaming for attention.
Antonym: OUTSIDE
2 in less than the amount of time mentioned: The job is unlikely to be finished inside (of) a year
+ adverb
1 on or to the inside: She shook it to make sure there was nothing inside. + We had to move inside (= indoors) when it started to rain. + (figurative) I pretended not to care but I was screaming inside.
Antonym: OUTSIDE
2 (informal) in prison: He was sentenced to three years inside.
+ noun
1 [C, usually sing.] (usually the inside) the inner part, side or surface of sth: The inside of the box was blue. + The door was locked from the inside. + The shell is smooth on the inside. + the insides of the windows
Antonym: THE OUTSIDE
2 (the inside) [sing.] the part of a road nearest the edge, that is used by slower vehicles: He tried to overtake on the inside.
Antonym: THE OUTSIDE
3 (the inside) [sing.] the part of a curved road or track nearest to the middle or shortest side of the curve: The French runner is coming up fast on the inside.
Antonym: THE OUTSIDE
4 (insides) [pl.] (informal) a person's stomach and bowels: She was so nervous, her insides were like jelly. + He complained of a pain in his insides.
Idioms: inside out with the part that is usually inside facing out: You've got your sweater on inside out. + Turn the bag inside out and let it dry.
Compare: back to front at BACK n.
on the inside belonging to a group or an organization and therefore able to get information that is not available to other people: The thieves must have had someone on the inside helping them.
turn sth inside out
1 to make a place very untidy when you are searching for sth: The burglars had turned the house inside out.
2 to cause large changes: The new manager turned the old systems inside out.
more at KNOW v.
+ adjective [only before noun]
1 forming the inner part of sth; not on the outside: the inside pages of a newspaper + an inside pocket + The assistant took my inside leg measurement.
2 known or done by sb in a group or an organization: inside information + Any newspaper would pay big money to get the inside story on her marriage. + The robbery appeared to have been an inside job.


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