Definition of 'indoors'
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What has brought on this great march back indoors? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The couple have been forced to stay indoors and rest. The Sun (2016)He still visited his family but mainly stayed indoors. The Sun (2016) Stay indoors, crank up the central heating and let your eyes roam over the drizzle outside. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He was given the all-clear after a few hours but told to stay indoors. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I'll move back indoors when there is a good reason to. Times, Sunday Times (2016)By 1am we were all back indoors, tucked up in our beds. The Sun (2016) Stay indoors, stay secure. The Sun (2016)We are much too scared to go indoors. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My parents wore their sheepskin coats indoors. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Why are they wearing woolly hats indoors? Times, Sunday Times (2008)So much easier than the bind of taking the empty cup back indoors to be washed up. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The sane and the wealthy stay indoors and cool. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Collect up the cones and go indoors again. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Turn the thermostat down and wear more clothes indoors. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Only fireside tea and cake lured me back indoors. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But you need to prepare it carefully before it goes indoors. The Sun (2014)One snap has him wearing sunglasses indoors and pouting for the camera. The Sun (2015)Let them go in the garden and they will probably be back indoors before you are. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Stay indoors if the weather is very cold or damp. Stay Well This Winter (1989)Officials advised residents to stay indoors or to wear masks if they had to go outside. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Residents were warned to stay indoors and schools were closed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He works in media and has been known to wear sunglasses indoors. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Once we hit our eighties the temptation is to stay indoors and just sit around. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He wears his hat indoors at all times. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If a storm blows in, we go indoors. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She stopped, turned around and headed back indoors. THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend (2002)He could go indoors, but his sheep could not. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Once the leaves are dry, bring it back indoors. The Sun (2009)Some 17 per cent had worn a coat indoors and one in six turned heating off when they needed it. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'indoors'
British English: indoors /ˌɪnˈdɔːz/ ADVERB
If something happens indoors, it happens inside a building.
Perhaps we should go indoors.
- American English: indoors
- Arabic: في الدَّاخِلِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: dentro de casa
- Chinese: 室内
- Croatian: unutra
- Czech: uvnitř
- Danish: indendørs
- Dutch: binnen
- European Spanish: dentro edificio
- Finnish: sisällä
- French: à l’intérieur
- German: drinnen
- Greek: σε εσωτερικό χώρο
- Italian: al coperto
- Japanese: 屋内で
- Korean: 실내에
- Norwegian: innendørs
- Polish: w domu
- European Portuguese: dentro de casa
- Romanian: înăuntru
- Russian: в помещении
- Spanish: dentro
- Swedish: inomhus
- Thai: ในบ้าน
- Turkish: içeride
- Ukrainian: у приміщенні
- Vietnamese: ở trong nhà
Definition of indoors from the Collins English Dictionary
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