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inside British & World English

The inner side or surface of something

inside English Thesaurus

my breath misted up the inside of my visor

inside job British & World English

A crime committed by or with the assistance of a person living or working on the premises where it occurred

inside joke British & World English

Another term for in-joke.

inside leg British & World English

The length of a person’s leg from crotch to ankle, or of the equivalent part of a pair of trousers

inside out British & World English

With the inner surface turned outwards

inside money British & World English

Money held in a form such as bank deposits which is an asset to the holder but also represents a liability for someone else

inside track British & World English

The inner, shorter side of a racecourse

inside baseball British & World English

Expert knowledge about baseball

Inside Passage British & World English

A water route from Seattle in Washington to Alaska that passes through islands in Washington, British Columbia, and southeastern Alaska

on the inside British & World English

In a position affording private information

inside information British & World English

Information available only to those within an organization

know something inside out British & World English

Know something very thoroughly

turn something inside out British & World English

Turn the inner surface of something outwards

dopester British & World English

A person who collects and supplies information, typically on sporting events or elections

the distance in distance British & World English

The scheduled length of a fight

on the inside in inside British & World English

In a position affording private information

turn something inside out in inside out British & World English

Turn the inner surface of something outwards


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