Definition of 'inner'
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Mars in your chart gives you a quiet inner strength. The Sun (2016)Her childhood gave her great inner confidence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Beneath his impeccable public politeness and sense of duty is an inner steel and a will to win. The Sun (2016)You have a quiet inner strength that ensures you no longer settle for less than you should in any area of life. The Sun (2016)Who you are comes from your inner confidence, not outside opinions. The Sun (2016)Blow up the inner tube again to check there are no more holes, then let the air out. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ambition, inner strength and creativity will get you noticed at work and could secure your place on a team. The Sun (2016)The inner steel of your ambition is softened by outer charm and this is a winning combination. The Sun (2011)Your inner confidence is strong and you make firm choices at home. The Sun (2007)Your inner strength is amazing and will ensure bold home plans work. The Sun (2012)This shrub has clusters of white flowers with an outer ring and an inner ring. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The closer she got to the inner sanctum the more she saw the extent of the corruption. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Pakistan had to show that their batting had enough inner steel to support an outwardly fragile shell. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You have the inner confidence to promote your own ideas. The Sun (2016)You have the inner strength to ensure people take your plans and requests seriously. The Sun (2012)Some cyclists wrap the frame in tape or old inner tubes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The flowers are pale pink with a red inner ring. The Sun (2011)An inner sanctum within the inner sanctum. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In tough times his inner steel has been a staging post for the rest of the team. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You have the inner confidence no one can crush. The Sun (2008)You have a quiet inner strength that ensures people take what you say seriously. The Sun (2014)Probably it was the sight of three men and two giant inner tubes on a small motorcycle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Each pillar of the inner ring is made of a different stone. Umbria - the green heart of Italy (1989)You have an inner confidence and calm way of thinking and talking that gets work plans moving. The Sun (2011)Sometimes teams gain inner strength from their opponents playing the game in front of them. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He found an inner tube which he wrapped round his mother to keep her afloat. The Sun (2010)He claimed only he truly knows his players and what occurs in the inner sanctum of the dressing room. The Sun (2014)That inner ring is now tighter. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So I worked with her and had some profound inner experiences. Christianity Today (2000)What he found to replace them, it seems, was a profound inner happiness and an almost tangible aura of stillness and calm. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'inner'
British English: inner /ˈɪnə/ ADJECTIVE
The inner parts of something are the parts which are contained or enclosed inside the other parts, and which are closest to the centre.
She went into an inner office.
- American English: inner
- Arabic: دَاخِليٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: interno
- Chinese: 内部的
- Croatian: unutrašnji
- Czech: vnitřní
- Danish: indre
- Dutch: binnenste
- European Spanish: interno
- Finnish: sisä-
- French: interne
- German: innerer
- Greek: εσώτερος
- Italian: interno
- Japanese: 内側の
- Korean: 안의
- Norwegian: indre
- Polish: wewnętrzny
- European Portuguese: interno
- Romanian: interior
- Russian: внутренний
- Spanish: interno interior
- Swedish: inre
- Thai: ข้างใน
- Turkish: iç
- Ukrainian: внутрішній
- Vietnamese: bên trong
Definition of inner from the Collins English Dictionary
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