Definition of 'inward'
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They all face inwards and will come back night after night. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The inward nine was a different story. Times, Sunday Times (2013)What has changed is the inward migration. Times, Sunday Times (2008)What would it do to inward investment? Times, Sunday Times (2013)None of this would change if you stopped all inward migration tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The dialogue is about balancing the budget and inward investment. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Net inward migration does tend to boost growth and make balancing the books a whole lot easier. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Ministers claim that the public diplomatic spat has little effect on inward investment. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But foreign inward investment is not automatically a good thing. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Not only do many businesses depend on that but many inward investors come here precisely because of our membership. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Net inward migration is fiscally positive because immigrants are more likely to arrive as adults and qualify for fewer benefits initially. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is to be hoped that serious members of the political class will provide the confidence and continuity that inward investors need. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Only by doing so will we remain a favoured home for inward investment and retain a valuable launch pad for export activity. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Most impressive was the way Woods pulled things around on the inward half. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Weather dreadful so played outward nine and 14 inwards. The Sun (2010)Tata is one of the largest inward investors in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In Britain there are dramatic differences in generational attitudes towards inward migration. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Concerns over the scale of inward migration fused with the stagnation of middle-class incomes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He sat perfectly still with his back to the tutor, while his face expressed rapid inward transition. Daniel Deronda (1876)It was one of five on his inward half of 30 that sent out all the right signals. Times, Sunday Times (2010)India has proved itself a powerful and welcome inward investor in the UK. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Many inward investors don't arrive at Heathrow airport with plans to open an office and recruit staff. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Certainly, the final round of the four majors is compulsive viewing, the pressure intensifying as the contenders reach the inward nine. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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British English: inward ADJECTIVE
Your inward thoughts or feelings are the ones that you do not express or show to other people.
I sighed with inward relief.
Definition of inward from the Collins English Dictionary
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