inside meaning

EN[ˈɪnsaɪd] [ɪnˈsaɪd] [-aɪd]
  • Inside may refer to:
  • Indoors
  • Insider, a member of any group of people of limited number and generally restricted access

    Definition of inside in English Dictionary

  • NounPLinsidesSUF-side
    1. The interior or inner or lesser part.
      1. The side of a curved road, racetrack etc. that has the shorter arc length; the side of a racetrack nearer the interior of the course or some other point of reference.
        1. The car in front drifted wide on the bend, so I darted up the inside to take the lead. ‎
      2. COL (in the plural) The interior organs of the body, especially the guts.
        1. Eating that stuff will damage your insides. ‎
      3. (dated, Britain) COL A passenger within a coach or carriage, as distinguished from one upon the outside.
      4. AdjectiveCOMmore insideSUPmost inside
        1. Originating from or arranged by someone inside an organisation.
          1. The reporter had received inside information about the forthcoming takeover.
          2. The robbery was planned by the security guard: it was an inside job.
          3. They wanted to know the inside story behind the celebrity's fall from grace.
        2. (baseball) A pitch that is toward the batter as it crosses home plate.
          1. The first pitch is ... just a bit inside.
        3. Nearer to the interior of a running track, horse racing course etc.
          1. Because of the tighter bend, it's harder to run in an inside lane.
      5. AdverbCOMmore insideSUPmost inside
        1. Within or towards the interior of something, especially a building.
          1. It started raining, so I went inside.
        2. COL In prison.
          1. He's inside, doing a stretch for burglary.
      6. Preposition
        1. Within the interior of something, closest to the center or to a specific point of reference.
          1. He placed the letter inside the envelope.
      7. More Examples
        1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
          • Now individuals and teams need to be willing to colour outside the lines and not work only from inside a box, a silo, a discipline, and so on.
          • You can use the grip to cow bite (grip, squeeze and twist) the tenderflesh on the inside of the upper arm.
          • And within five minutes of the change United were level. Gabriel Obertan tuned his marker inside out and delivered a cross from the right that hit Hernandez and sat up perfectly for Owen to nod home.
        2. Used in the Ending of Sentence
          • They got on a bus, and as Sam was about to foller Ginger and Peter on top, Mr. Goodman took hold of 'im by the arm and said they'd go inside.
          • Therianthropes don't feel a need to dress in fursuits, because they believe they already are their animal, inside.
          • It started raining on their picnic and they had to move the whole shooting match inside.
      • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
        1. Adjectives
          • Adverbs
            • Nouns
              • Countable nouns
              • Prepositions
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              Source: Wiktionary

              Meaning of inside for the defined word.

              Grammatically, this word "inside" is an adjective. It's also an adverb. It's also a noun, more specifically, a countable noun. It's also a preposition.
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              Definiteness: Level 9
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