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  • 1 Outside — may refer to: Wilderness Outside (magazine), an outdoors magazine Outside (film), a short film written and directed by Jenn Kao and starring Courtney Ford Outside, a book by Marguerite Duras Outside (Alaska), any non Alaska location, as referred… …

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  • 2 outside — [out′sīd΄, out΄sīd′] n. 1. the outer side, part, or surface; exterior 2. a) outward aspect or appearance; that part of anything that is presented to view b) that which is obvious or superficial 3. any place or area not inside adj. 1. of or on the …

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  • 3 Outside — Out side , n. 1. The external part of a thing; the part, end, or side which forms the external surface; that which appears, or is manifest; that which is superficial; the exterior. [1913 Webster] There may be great need of an outside where there… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 outside — ► NOUN 1) the external side or surface of something. 2) the external appearance of someone or something. 3) the part of a path nearer to a road. 4) the side of a curve where the edge is longer. ► ADJECTIVE 1) situated on or near the outside. 2) …

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  • 5 Outside of Me — CD 1 Single by Killing Heidi from the album Present Released September 22, 2002 …

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  • 6 outside of — Outside, unlike out, functions equally well as an adverb and preposition. Nonetheless, outside of is used, especially in AmE, in two main meanings: (1) ‘exterior to, outside’: • People in show business refer to those outside of it as ‘civilians’… …

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  • 7 Outside — Out side , a. 1. Of or pertaining to the outside; external; exterior; superficial. [1913 Webster] 2. Reaching the extreme or farthest limit, as to extent, quantity, etc.; as, an outside estimate. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] {Outside finish} (Arch.) …

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  • 8 Outside — Out side , adv. or prep. On or to the outside (of); without; on the exterior; as, to ride outside the coach; he stayed outside. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 outside of — (someone/something) not including someone or something. I don t have any work experience, outside of a few summer jobs. Outside of my two cousins in California, I don t have many relatives …

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  • 10 outside — [adj1] external alfresco, alien, apart from, away from, exterior, extramural, extraneous, extreme, farther, farthest, foreign, furthest, open air, out, outdoor, outer, outermost, outward, over, surface; concepts 484,583 Ant. central, inside,… …

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  • 11 Outside — (альбом)  альбом Дэвида Боуи (1995). Outside (песня Staind)  сингл альтернативной группы Staind …

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  • 12 outside of — ► outside of informal, chiefly N. Amer. 1) beyond the boundaries of. 2) apart from. Main Entry: ↑outside …

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  • 13 outside in — same as ↑inside out (see under ↑inside). • • • Main Entry: ↑outside …

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  • 14 outside — (на шине) – для шины с асимметричным рисунком протектора – внешняя сторона установки. EdwART. Словарь автомобильного жаргона, 2009 …

    Автомобильный словарь

  • 15 outside — index alien (foreign), alien (unrelated), border, contour (outline), exempt, extremity ( …

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  • 16 outside — c.1500 (n.), outer side, from OUT (Cf. out) + SIDE (Cf. side) (q.v.). The adj. is attested from 1630s; the prep. from 1826; the adv. from 1813 …

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  • 17 outside of — outside; other than …

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  • 18 outside — adj *outer, outward, external, exterior Analogous words: *extrinsic, extraneous, alien, foreign Antonyms: inside Contrasted words: *inner, inward, internal, interior, intestine …

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  • 19 outside — A mailpiece that cannot be placed into a sack or container because of size, weight, shape, or contents …

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  • 20 outside — out|side1 W1S1 [autˈsaıd] adv, prep 1.) a) not inside a building = ↑outdoors ≠ ↑inside ▪ When we got up, it was still dark outside. ▪ Go and play outside. see usage note ↑out1 b) …

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