Definição de 'outside'

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Maybe it is just outside the game? The Sun (2017) Something outside the scope of their experience. The Sun (2017)People who read or look at screens a lot are protected if they also spend time outside. Times, Sunday Times (2017)You learn so much outside the classroom. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The beginnings of an answer may lie in an innocuous sign set just outside the door to the lower basilica. Times, Sunday Times (2016)On the road from Nairobi we passed a billboard outside an evangelical church. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Having outside space in the form of off-street parking and a garden is also a bonus. The Sun (2016)We got outside, ran around and climbed trees. The Sun (2016)When a love relationship steps outside daily routine, you and a partner feel close again. The Sun (2016)The graveyard would be just outside town. Christianity Today (2000)There was always something outside or inside the building to please the eye. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)They found the germs thrived when it was cold outside and dry indoors. The Sun (2009)The lack of outside space has not curbed rising values. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We were a normal family dealing not only with our own stuff but also these outside forces. Times, Sunday Times (2014)For many prisoners life inside is so much better than outside that some ask to stay. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Yet these are contented times outside football. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We read stories instead of running around outside. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When a player is fighting with his club it is normal to stay outside. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The wife throws a wobbly if her youngest son ventures outside to play football. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No one receives any reliable information about the outside world. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The impressive visitors maintained their outside chance of reaching the playoffs with this fine win. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The world outside their windows is of little concern. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The second concern for outside investors is corruption. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is a man that works for the other players and he is also a good man outside of the pitch. The Sun (2008)

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Inglês Britânico: outside /ˈaʊtˈsaɪd/ ADJECTIVE
An outside thing surrounds another thing.
...high up on the outside wall.
  • Inglês Americano: outside
  • Árabe: خَارِجِيَ
  • Português Brasileiro: externo
  • Chinês: 外面的
  • Croata: vanjski
  • Tcheco: venkovní
  • Dinamarquês: udvendige
  • Holandês: buiten
  • Espanhol Europeu: exterior
  • Finlandês: ulkopuolella oleva
  • Francês: extérieur
  • Alemão: Außen-
  • Grego: εξωτερικός
  • Italiano: esterno
  • Japonês: 外側の
  • Coreano: 외부의
  • Norueguês: utvendig
  • Polonês: zewnętrzny
  • Português Europeu: externo
  • Romeno: exterior
  • Russo: внешний
  • Espanhol: exterior
  • Sueco: utvändig
  • Tailandês: ด้านนอก
  • Turco: dışarı
  • Ucraniano: зовнішній
  • Vietnamita: ở ngoài
Inglês Britânico: outside /ˈaʊtˈsaɪd/ ADVERB
If you are outside, you are not in a building.
Let's play outside.
  • Inglês Americano: outside
  • Árabe: خَارِجَاً
  • Português Brasileiro: lá fora
  • Chinês: 在外面
  • Croata: vani
  • Tcheco: venku
  • Dinamarquês: udenfor
  • Holandês: buiten
  • Espanhol Europeu: fuera lugar
  • Finlandês: ulkopuolella
  • Francês: dehors
  • Alemão: außen
  • Grego: απ’ έξω
  • Italiano: fuori
  • Japonês: 外側に
  • Coreano: 밖에서
  • Norueguês: ute
  • Polonês: na zewnątrz
  • Português Europeu: lá fora
  • Romeno: afară
  • Russo: снаружи
  • Espanhol: fuera afuera
  • Sueco: ute
  • Tailandês: ข้างนอก
  • Turco: dışarıda
  • Ucraniano: назовні
  • Vietnamita: ở ngoài
Inglês Britânico: outside /ˈaʊtˈsaɪd/ NOUN
The outside of something is the part that covers the rest of it.
They are painting the outside of the building.
  • Inglês Americano: outside
  • Árabe: خَارِجٌ
  • Português Brasileiro: exterior
  • Chinês: 外面
  • Croata: vanjština
  • Tcheco: vnějšek
  • Dinamarquês: yderside
  • Holandês: buitenkant
  • Espanhol Europeu: exterior
  • Finlandês: ulkopuoli
  • Francês: extérieur
  • Alemão: Außenseite
  • Grego: εξωτερικό
  • Italiano: facciata
  • Japonês: 外側
  • Coreano: 외부
  • Norueguês: utside
  • Polonês: zewnętrzna strona
  • Português Europeu: exterior
  • Romeno: exterior
  • Russo: внешняя сторона
  • Espanhol: exterior
  • Sueco: utsida
  • Tailandês: ภายนอก
  • Turco: dışarısı
  • Ucraniano: зовнішній бік
  • Vietnamita: bên ngoài
Inglês Britânico: outside /ˈaʊtˈsaɪd/ PREPOSITION
If you are outside something or somewhere, you are not inside it.
The man was waiting outside a shop.
  • Inglês Americano: outside
  • Árabe: خَارِجُ
  • Português Brasileiro: fora
  • Chinês: 在...外
  • Croata: izvan
  • Tcheco: před prostorově
  • Dinamarquês: uden for
  • Holandês: buiten
  • Espanhol Europeu: fuera de
  • Finlandês: ulkopuolella
  • Francês: hors de
  • Alemão: außerhalb
  • Grego: εκτός από
  • Italiano: fuori
  • Japonês: ・・・の外側に
  • Coreano: ...의 밖에
  • Norueguês: utenfor
  • Polonês: poza
  • Português Europeu: fora
  • Romeno: în afara
  • Russo: вне
  • Espanhol: fuera de
  • Sueco: utanför
  • Tailandês: นอก
  • Turco: dışarıda
  • Ucraniano: поза
  • Vietnamita: ở ngoài


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