Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
outside /'aut'said/
  • danh từ
    • bề ngoài, bên ngoài
      • to open the door from the outside: mở cửa từ bên ngoài
    • thế giới bên ngoài
    • hành khách ngồi phía ngoài
    • (số nhiều) những tờ giấy ngoài (của một ram giấy)
    • at the outside
      • nhiều nhất là, tối đa là
    • it is four kilometers at the outside: nhiều nhất là 4 kilômét
  • phó từ
    • ở phía ngoài; ở ngoài trời; ở ngoài biển khơi
      • put these flowers outside: hây để những bông hoa này ra ngoài (phòng)
    • come outside
      • ra ngoài đi, thử ra ngoài chơi nào (thách thức)
    • to get outside of
      • (từ lóng) hiểu
    • chén, nhậu
    • tính từ
      • ở ngoài, ở gần phía ngoài
        • outside seat: ghế ở gần phía ngoài, ghế phía đằng cuối
        • outside work: việc làm ở ngoài trời
      • mỏng manh (cơ hội)
      • của người ngoài
        • an outside opinion: ý kiến của người ngoài (không phải là nhị sĩ)
        • outside broker: người mua bán cổ phần ở ngoài (không thuộc sở chứng khoán)
      • cao nhất, tối đa
        • to quote the outside prices: định giá cao nhất
    • giới từ
      • ngoài, ra ngoài
        • cannot go outside the evidence: không thể đi ra ngoài bằng chứng được
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) trừ ra
      • outside of
        • ngoài ra
    Concise Dictionary
    +the region that is outside of something
    +the outer side or surface of something
    +relating to or being on or near the outer side or limit
    +coming from the outside
    +originating or belonging beyond some bounds:"the outside world"
    +located, suited for, or taking place in the open air
    +functioning outside the boundaries or precincts of an organized unit
    +leading to or from the outside
    +from or between other countries
    +very unlikely
    +on or toward an outer edge
    +(of a baseball pitch) on the far side of home plate from the batter
    +outside a building
    +on the outside

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    1 exterior, face, facing, shell, skin, case, casing, surface, front; façade:
    What is that on the outside of the box? The outside of the house is painted white
    2 aspect, appearance, look, demeanour, face, front, façade, mien, mask, disguise, false front, pretence:
    One cannot tell what people are really like from the outside they present to the world
    3 extreme, limit, most, maximum, utmost, best, worst, longest:
    At the outside, you shouldn't pay more than half your income for housing. I'll wait for her for an hour at the outside
    4 the world at large:
    We had to bring in someone from the outside to complete the work.
    5 exterior, external, out of doors, outdoor:
    They have added an outside swimming-pool to the house.
    6 maximum, maximal, highest, best, worst, greatest, most, largest, longest, furthest or farthest:
    What was their outside estimate for replacing the roof? The outside time for driving here from London is about an hour
    7 private, home, cottage, secondary, peripheral, independent, freelance:
    Her outside job pays more than her regular work.
    8 unlikely, remote, faint, Colloq slim:
    He has an outside chance of beating the world record.
    9 foreign, alien, outward; unconnected, excluded, uninvolved, disinvolved, independent, separate, different:
    I'm worried that Phil might be subject to outside influences. An outside contractor is doing the work.
    10 outdoors, out of doors:
    Perhaps you'd like to step outside to discuss the matter further?
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, adjective, preposition, adverb
    + noun
    1 (usually the outside) [C, usually sing.] the outer side or surface of sth: The outside of the house needs painting. + You can't open the door from the outside.
    2 [sing.] the area that is near or around a building, etc: I walked around the outside of the building. + I didn't go into the church-I only saw it from the outside.
    3 [sing.] the part of a road nearest to the middle: Always overtake on the outside.
    4 [sing.] the part of a curving road or track furthest from the inner or shorter side of the curve
    Antonym: THE INSIDE

    at the outside at the most; as a MAXIMUM: There was room for 20 people at the outside.
    on the outside
    1 used to describe how sb appears or seems: On the outside she seems calm, but I know she's worried.
    2 not in prison: Life on the outside took some getting used to again.
    + adjective [only before noun]
    1 of, on or facing the outer side
    Synonym: EXTERNAL
    The outside walls are damp.
    2 not situated in the main building; going out of the main building
    Synonym: EXTERNAL
    an outside toilet + You have to pay to make outside calls. + I can't get an outside line.
    3 not included in or connected with your group, organization, country, etc: We plan to use an outside firm of consultants. + She has a lot of outside interests (= not connected with her work). + They felt cut off from the outside world (= from other people and from other things that were happening).
    4 used to say that sth is very unlikely: They have only an outside chance of winning. + 150 is an outside estimate (= it is very likely to be less).
    + preposition
    (also outside of especially in AmE)
    1 on or to a place on the outside of sth: You can park your car outside our house.
    Antonym: INSIDE
    2 away from or not in a particular place: It's the biggest theme park outside the United States. + We live in a small village just outside Leeds.
    3 not part of sth: The matter is outside my area of responsibility. + You may do as you wish outside working hours.
    Antonym: WITHIN
    4 (outside of) apart from: There was nothing they could do, outside of hoping things would get better.
    + adverb
    1 not in a room, building or container but on or to the outside of it: I'm seeing a patient-please wait outside. + The house is painted green outside.
    2 not inside a building: It's warm enough to eat outside. + Go outside and see if it's raining.
    Antonym: INSIDE

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