- 1 1.1 (exterior part) exterior (m); (surface) parte (f) de fuera or (especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina) de afuera the house looks really nice from the outside la casa parece muy bonita vista desde (a)fuera on the outside she appeared very calm aparentemente estaba muy tranquila, por fuera parecía muy tranquilaMore example sentences1.2 (of racetrack)parte más alejada del centro (of road) he overtook me on the outside me adelantó por la izquierda (in UK etc) me adelantó por la derecha
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- The inside was just about as nice looking as the outside for a police building.
- The outsides of buildings are horrible facades of doom and brimstone and that gunky stuff that forms in your eye when you're sleepy.
- A pair of peak-like chicken croquettes drizzled in yellow giblet gravy have extra-crunchy outsides and smooth white-meat insides.
- With this loop you cannot tell which side is the inside and which is the outside.
- 2the outside 2.1 (of group, organization) we feel very much on the outside of everything nos sentimos excluidos de todo to be on the outside looking in ser* un mero espectador seen from the outside visto desde fuera or (especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina) desde afuera 2.2 (of prison) [colloquial/familiar] fuera, afuera (especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina) he's got a friend on the outside tiene un amigo (a)fueraMore example sentences
- He answered that it was only the outside which appeared different; people were the same everywhere.
- I'll remember how she was even more beautiful on the inside than the outside.
The CAP (Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica) is a course taken in Spain by graduates with degrees in subjects other than education, who want to teach at secondary level. Students take a CAP in a particular subject, such as mathematics, literature, etc.
- 1.1 (place) [sit/remain/stand] fuera, afuera (especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina) wait outside espere (a)fuera 1.2 (outdoors) [sit/play/eat] fuera, afuera (especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina) what's it like outside? ¿qué tiempo hace (a)fuera?More example sentences1.3 (indicating movement) to run outside salir* corriendo if you'd like to step outside si me hace el favor de salir un momento
- He was running towards a little boy outside an open door, down the hall.
- The crowd was now situated right outside her door, with the Duke's coach not too far away.
- The outside world usually stays outside or confined neatly in the TV box in the corner.
- (of a place) 1.1 fuera de outside the boundary fuera de los límites you wear the blouse outside the skirt la blusa se lleva por fuera (de la falda) outside the USA fuera de Estados Unidos it's just outside London está en las afueras de Londres it's five miles outside Oxford está a cinco millas de Oxford he was waiting outside the door estaba esperando en la puerta I'll see you outside the theater te veo en la puerta del teatro 1.2 (beyond) fuera de little known outside literary circles poco conocido fuera de los círculos literarios it's outside my price range está fuera de mi presupuesto sex outside marriage relaciones (feminine plural) sexuales extramatrimoniales or fuera del matrimonio he has few interests outside his family aparte de su familia or fuera de su familia, tiene pocos intereses it's outside my responsibilities no está dentro de mis responsabilidades 1.3 (in time) outside office hours fuera del horario de oficina only 2 seconds outside the world record solo a 2 segundos del récord mundial
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- 1 1.1 (exterior, outward) [appearance/wall/pocket] exteriorMore example sentences1.2 (outdoor) [toilet] fuera de la vivienda, exterior; [swimming pool] descubierto, al aire libre 1.3 (outer) [edge/track] exterior the outside lane [Sport/Deporte] la calle or (Andes, Venezuela) el carril número ocho ( or seis etc) [Cars/Automovilismo] el carril or (Chile) la pista or (Uruguay) la senda de la izquierda; (in UK etc) el carril or la pista etc de la derecha
More example sentences1.4 (external) [interference/pressure] externo it would be prudent to get an outside opinion sería prudente buscar una opinión independiente the outside world el mundo exterior outside director director externo, directora externa (masculine, feminine) outside examiner examinador externo, examinadora externa (masculine, feminine)
- Neither of its outside surfaces had touched anything but air during its creation.
- The outside surface is polished nicely to give a classy look to a very practical tool.
- Is an ear part of the inside or the outside of a body, and how can we distinguish its own inside and outside surfaces?
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- Baxendell is still one of the most talented outside centres in the country.
- Skipper Andy Baggett moves to outside centre, with Chris Malherbe on the left wing.
- That last reference was perhaps a hint that Townsend will be given a game at outside centre to recover his confidence and form.
- At the moment, highways maintenance is carried out by a mix of the council's own teams and outside contractors.
- But Mr Blyth stressed it was a mistake by the outside contractors who printed the ballot forms.
- There is abundant evidence that reveals the resistance to outside control that exists within the universities.
- 2 (remote) [chance/possibility] remoto