1. the region that is outside of something
2. the outer side or surface of something
1. relating to or being on or near the outer side or limit;
2. coming from the outside;
3. originating or belonging beyond some bounds:"the outside world";
4. located, suited for, or taking place in the open air;
5. functioning outside the boundaries or precincts of an organized unit;
6. leading to or from the outside;
7. from or between other countries;
8. maximal in amount;
9. very unlikely;
10. on or toward an outer edge;
11. (of a baseball pitch) on the far side of home plate from the batter;
1. outside a building;
2. on the outside;
It's chilly outside; be careful not to catch cold.
Bored youths hang around outside looking for trouble.
Outside of his circle he is not very popular.
Jasper has put up " No Parking'signs outside his gate, but these have not had any effect.
Noise outside distracted her mind from her studies.
Put these flowers outside.
Please let us in, it's cold outside.
Don't judge a man from his outside.
Our troops joined with enemy forces just outside the city.
There were several kids lolling around outside the club.
Such a thing lies outside human control.
These are questions that lie outside the purview of our inquiry.
They stood outside the door.
We will brook no outside interference.
He dragged the child outside by main force.
You ought to inform the police about that man who's been hiding in the bushes outside your gate.
Some of our competitors make quite a song and dance about the outside of their cars.
Strange forms stand in gardens, and outside buildings and shops.
Don't judge a thing from the outside.
He heard a step outside.
The dogs have greater freedom too, for they are allowed to wander outside their enclosure.
There were twenty people at the ( very ) outside .
It's pretty cold outside.
The piping outside the house needs painting.
The house is easily identifiable by the large tree outside.
Why are you lurking around outside my house?
The outside of the house needs painting.
There was a scream of brakes from the carriageway outside.
Your own personal behavior as a teacher, outside of school hours, reflects on the school itself.
at the outside
(of an estimate) at the most
every minute, or at the outside, every ninety seconds.
get outside of
(informal)eat or drink (something)
we'll get outside of a feed of bacon and egg.
on the outside
away from or not belonging to a particular circle or institution
on the outside looking in
(of a person) excluded from a group or activity
an outside chance
a remote possibility
(informal, chiefly N. Amer.)beyond the boundaries of
a village 20 miles outside of New York.
external, exterior, outer, outside, outward
There is relatively little information about outside, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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