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  1. inside

    • n.
      the inner side or surface of something;the side of a racetrack nearer to the center, where the lanes are shorter
    • adj.
      situated on or in, or derived from, the inside;(in some team sports) denoting positions nearer to the center of the field
    • prep.
      situated with the boundaries or confines of;moving so as to end up within
    • adv.
      within the boundaries or confines of a place;so as to end up within the boundaries or confines of a place
    • noun: inside, plural noun: insides

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    名詞

    形容詞

    • 1. situated on or in, or derived from, the inside an inside pocket 同義詞 inner, interior, internal, inmost, innermost, ... 更多反義詞 outer
    • (in some team sports) denoting positions nearer to the center of the field possibly the best inside linebacker in the country
    • (of a pitch in baseball) passing between the batter and the strike zone an inside pitch to a right-handed hitter

    介系詞

    • 1. situated with the boundaries or confines of a radio was playing inside the apartment
    • moving so as to end up within Anatoly reached inside his shirt and brought out a map
    • within (a person's body or mind), typically with reference to sensations of self-awareness she felt a stirring of life inside her I just roll the phrases around inside my head
    • (in basketball, soccer, and other sports) closer to the center of the field than (another player) he went inside Graves and scored near the post
    • 2. in less than (the period of time specified) the oven will have paid for itself inside 18 months

    副詞

    • n.
      expert knowledge about baseball: he taught New York baseball fans a good deal of inside baseball
    • adj.
      esoteric or highly technical: yawn-inducing inside-baseball coverage of the tech industry it was too confusing, too inside baseball

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the inner, shorter track of a racecourse.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the inner, shorter side of a racecourse.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adv.
      with the inner surface turned outwards: she put her dress on inside out
    • adj.
      having the inner surface turned outwards: inside-out clothes

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      expert knowledge about baseball: he taught New York baseball fans a good deal of inside baseball

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adv.
      with the inner surface turned outward: we made a very quick change, and her dress was put on inside out
    • adj.
      having the inner surface turned outward: inside-out clothes

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a linebacker positioned behind the middle of the defensive line.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a linebacker positioned behind the middle of the defensive line.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    片語

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    • n.
      the inner side or surface of something: wipe the inside of the windscreen
    • adj.
      situated on or in the inside: an inside pocket
    • prep.
      situated with the boundaries or confines of: a radio was playing inside the flat
    • adv.
      within the boundaries or confines of a place: Mr Jackson is waiting for you inside

    Oxford Dictionary