Pronunciación: /ɪnˈsʌɪd /
- 1 [usually in singular] The inner side or surface of something: wipe the inside of the windscreenMás ejemplos en oraciones
- He spied the empty margarine tub next to the stove and ran his finger around the inside, licking the remnants greedily from his hands.
- With this loop you cannot tell which side is the inside and which is the outside.
- Slice the baguette in half lengthways and brush the inside with the oil, pressing it firmly into the bread.
- 1.1The part of a road furthest from the centre: overtaking on the insideMás ejemplos en oraciones
- David Flores has the mount on Mash One, who breaks from the inside in a field of six.
- Creon and jockey Timmy Murphy sneaked up the inside to overcome GVA Ireland and win the Pertemps Final.
- You take risks when you go around the inside, but eight times out of 10 it will win you races.
- 1.2The part of a path nearer to a wall or further from a road.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Years ago a man always walked on the outside of the curb and ladies walked on the inside.
- The twisted figure walked on the inside of the sidewalk.
- 1.3The side of a bend where the edge or surface is shorter: the inside of the bendMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Built on the inside of a bend in the river most of the city was below sea level.
- 2The inner part; the interior: the inside of the car was like an ovenMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Too sweet a potato will burn on the outside before the inside has a chance to cook.
- From this, we find that the inside, like the outside, is a bit yellow.
- The building is pretty much the same on the outside but the inside is very different.
- 2.1 (insides) • informal A person’s stomach and bowels: my insides are out of orderMás ejemplos en oraciones
- A strange burning in her legs reached up to her stomach and twisted her insides.
- Joe was attacked and had a massive hole in his body with his insides hanging out.
- Suddenly there was a weight in my gut as if my insides had fallen asleep; something wasn't quite right but not enough to cause a stir.
Pronunciación: /ˈɪnsʌɪd /[attributive] Volver al principio
- 1Situated on or in the inside: an inside pocketMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Carry your wallet in an inside pocket, preferably one which can fasten never in your back pocket
- He tucks it swiftly in the inside pocket of his denim jacket, and will never feel the need to wear a comedy
- And to ensure she does not lose the ring, she says she will glue it to the inside pocket of her suit.
- 1.1(In hockey, soccer, and other sports) denoting positions nearer to the centre of the field: an inside forwardMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Johnson has a lot of that in him; he's around the ball a lot, even from his inside position.
- The quarterback hands the ball off deep in the backfield to create the illusion of an inside zone play.
- But Snee has proved himself at inside centre and Oldfield has also proved himself.
- 2Known or done by someone within a group or organization: they were accused of selling shares while in possession of inside informationMás ejemplos en oraciones
- So not fair how the inside buzz on all things celeb are only for Tinseltownies?
- Also ahead here, an inside look at one of the most powerful families in American politics.
- While family members may not respond to these epistles, we do know some of the inside details.
preposición & adverbio
Pronunciación: /ɪnˈsʌɪd /Volver al principio
- 1Situated within the confines of (something): [as preposition]: a radio was playing inside the flat [as adverb]: Mr Jackson is waiting for you insideMás ejemplos en oraciones
- The salty breeze and the large beach are a welcome relief for many who are cooped up inside flats and apartments.
- It must be freezing out there, or perhaps it's just hot inside the confines of the apartment.
- A casino and arcade games will also be situated inside the house itself.
- 1.1Moving so as to end up within (something): [as preposition]: Anatoly reached inside his shirt and brought out a map [as adverb]: we walked insideMás ejemplos en oraciones
- I watched as the man in the yellow shirt, still in his seat, reached inside his shirt and pulled out a small red book.
- He reached inside his shirt and pulled out a small bottle, shaped like a flask.
- Her smile faded and she reached inside her shirt to touch the Nikolas' medallion.
- 1.2Within (a person’s body or mind), typically with reference to sensations of self-awareness: [as preposition]: she felt a stirring of life inside her I just roll the phrases round inside my head [as adverb]: I was screaming insideMás ejemplos en oraciones
- His Blade Soul was annoyed; Asgard felt it as a hot prickling sensation inside his mind.
- Her mind was still blank, and a small voice from inside her mind was screaming for her to run for the hills.
- It felt like my insides were on fire and were running around screaming inside my body!
- 1.3 • informal In prison: she was sentenced to three years insideMás ejemplos en oraciones
- A lot of the prisoners write about how hard it is inside and hopefully when they leave prison they will reflect on this.
- Some have committed murder while inside and then got a life sentence on top.
- 1.4(In soccer, rugby, and other sports) closer to the centre of the field than (another player): [as preposition]: he went inside Graves and scored near the postMás ejemplos en oraciones
- He picked up a long ball on the right wing, cut inside and found himself on the byline, a couple of yards from the Monaco post and goalkeeper.
- This play is dirt-simple and works effectively if you have a player that can score inside.
- Frings cuts inside from the right and fires the ball at Bierhoff, who swivels and shoots.
- 2 [preposition] In less than (the period of time specified): the oven will have paid for itself inside 18 monthsMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Moral of the story: if you can't do something yourself inside a reasonable period of time, pay someone else to do it.
- Why was she allowed to be moved into a hospice for so many years when hospices are supposed to be for people who will die naturally inside six months or so?
- It is expected that the entire development down to Shanvaghera will be completed inside a few months.
inside of • informal
- Within: something inside of me wanted to believe himMás ejemplos en oraciones
- He stood in the crisp air inside of the forbidding black tower, staring thoughtfully out towards the south.
- I pull out the chair, sit down and begin to type what is in my heart, and as I do, a change takes place not only inside of me, but also within the room.
- Before they could go inside of the room a gust of wind blew from within the room.
- In less than (the period of time specified): preparing a ship for a voyage inside of a weekMás ejemplos en oraciones
- The centurions club is an elite club of people who can run or walk 100 miles inside of 24 hours.
- It's not necessarily bucketing down, but coming down hard enough that we were both soaked to the skin inside of fifteen minutes.
- Two missed scores and two points inside of four minutes of the restart had Carlow back within a goal of their opponents.
on the inside
- • informal In a position affording private information: will you be my spy on the inside?Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Campaigners long to be on the inside - but fear being compromised when they get there.
- The real problem with that was that there was a journalist or two on the inside.