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Adjective
Situated on or near the exterior or external surface of something
“I decided that it was now time to repaint the outside walls of our house.”
Adjective
Situated or placed in the open air
“We ventured onto the outside veranda to admire the view.”
Adjective
(outside chance) Small or improbable in degree
“I think our team of underdogs may actually be an outside chance to win this game.”
Adjective
(usually in business) Not belonging to or coming from within a particular group or organization
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“We have engaged the services of outside contractors to complete our project.”
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Of the greatest possible degree or amount
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“The outside cost for repairing your laptop will be two hundred dollars.”
Adjective
Impartial or without bias or prejudice
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Away from a particular site
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Not relating to the most important part of something
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Not belonging to or characteristic of
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Superseding others in importance, status or quality
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Having very little connection with or relationship to
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Not regular or permanent
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Absent or not at a place where one is expected to be
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Attractive or striking because colourful or out of the ordinary
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Free from an obligation or liability imposed on others
Noun
The external side or surface of something
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“The outside of my briefcase would be damaged after it fell from my grasp onto the dirt road.”
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The furthest limit, as to number, quantity, extent, etc.
“There were a dozen people at the outside who attended the event.”
Noun
(the outside) The outward form or appearance of someone or something
“On the outside, he projected an air of confidence to mask his insecurities.”
Noun
The side of a bend or curve where the edge or surface is longer in extent
“This secondary flow carries sediment from the outside of the bend to the inside making the river more meandering.”
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The furthest point or limit of something
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A particular appearance, look or quality
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The exterior body of a motor vehicle
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An outward appearance, usually fake or insincere
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Where air is unconfined
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The raised hairs or threads on the surface of fabric or suede leather, in terms of the direction in which they naturally lie
Preposition
(usually with "of") With, or to, the exclusion of
Outside of your opponent getting a tummy ache mid-match, you're going to have to be on your game to beat him.”
Preposition
On the outside of
“Brand after brand acknowledged what was going on outside the frontiers of the fashion industry.”
Preposition
Outside the limits or scope of
Adverb
In the outdoors or open-air
“We decided to sit outside to enjoy the warm weather.”
Adverb
Out and away from a starting point
Adverb
(of a feeling or rumour) Widely current
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In front of or from one side to the other of
Adverb
To, at, or in some other place or places
Adverb
At or to the other or far side of something
Adverb
(clear of) So as to be out of the way of or away from
Conjunction
(also used as preposition) With the exception of
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