English translation of 'exterior'
1. (de fora) outside, exterior
2. (aparência) outward
3. (comércio) foreign
1. (da casa) outside
2. (aspecto) outward appearance
do exterior (do estrangeiro) from abroad
no exterior abroad
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'exterior' in Other Languages
British English: outside /ˈaʊtˈsaɪd/ NOUN
The outside of something is the part that covers the rest of it.
They are painting the outside of the building.
- American English: outside
- Arabic: خَارِجٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: exterior
- Chinese: 外面
- Croatian: vanjština
- Czech: vnějšek
- Danish: yderside
- Dutch: buitenkant
- European Spanish: exterior
- Finnish: ulkopuoli
- French: extérieur
- German: Außenseite
- Greek: εξωτερικό
- Italian: facciata
- Japanese: 外側
- Korean: 외부
- Norwegian: utside
- Polish: zewnętrzna strona
- European Portuguese: exterior
- Romanian: exterior
- Russian: внешняя сторона
- Spanish: exterior
- Swedish: utsida
- Thai: ภายนอก
- Turkish: dışarısı
- Ukrainian: зовнішній бік
- Vietnamese: bên ngoài
British English: exterior NOUN
The exterior of something is its outside surface.
In one ad the viewer scarcely sees the car's exterior.
British English: outer ADJECTIVE
The outer parts of something are the parts which contain or enclose the other parts, and which are furthest from the centre.
He heard a voice in the outer room.
British English: overseas ADJECTIVE
You use overseas to describe things that involve or are in foreign countries, usually across a sea or an ocean.
He has returned from his long overseas trip.
Translation of exterior from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary