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outside (n):
the outer side or surface of something
outside (n):
the region that is outside of something
outside (s):
(of a baseball pitch) on the far side of home plate from the batter
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the pitch was away (or wide).
an outside pitch
outside (s):
originating or belonging beyond some bounds:
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the outside world.
outside interests.
an outside job
outside (s):
on or toward an outer edge
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an outer lane.
the outside lane
outside (s):
leading to or from the outside
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an outside door
outside (s):
from or between other countries
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external commerce.
international trade.
developing nations need outside help

Related Word: international
outside (s):
functioning outside the boundaries or precincts of an organized unit
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extramural hospital care and treatment.
extramural studies
outside (s):
coming from the outside
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extraneous light in the camera spoiled the photograph.
relying upon an extraneous income.
disdaining outside pressure groups

Related Words: externalextraneous
outside (s):
very unlikely
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an outside chance.
a remote possibility.
a remote contingency

Related Word: remote
outside (a):
located, suited for, or taking place in the open air
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outdoor clothes.
badminton and other outdoor games.
a beautiful outdoor setting for the wedding

Related Word: outdoor
outside (a):
relating to or being on or near the outer side or limit
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an outside margin
outside (r):
outside a building
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in summer we play outside
Related Words: outdoors
outside (r):
on the outside
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outside, the box is black
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