Meaning of inside
Pronunciation: (prep.in"sīd', in'sīd"adv.in"sīd'n.in'sīd'adj.in"sīd', in'-, in'sīd"), [key]
- on the inner side or part of; within: inside the circle; inside the envelope.
- prior to the elapse of; within: He promised to arrive inside an hour.
- in or into the inner part: Please go inside.
- indoors: They play inside on rainy days.
- within one's heart, reason, etc.; by true nature; basically: I know inside that he's not guilty. Inside, she's really very shy.
- in prison.
- within the space or period of: Our car broke down again inside of a mile.
- the inner or internal part; interior: the inside of the house.
- the inner side or surface: the inside of the hand; He pinned the money to the inside of his jacket.
- Usually,the inner parts of the body, esp. the stomach and intestines: The coffee scalded my insides.
- a select or inner circle of power, prestige, etc.: a man on the inside.
- the shortest of several parallel, curving tracks or lanes; the part of an oval track closest to the inner rail: The horse came up fast on the inside.
- the inward nature, mind, feelings, etc.
- confidential or secret information.
- an inside passenger or place in a coach, carriage, etc.
- She knew the work inside out.
- with the inner side reversed to face the outside.
- thoroughly; completely:She knew the work inside out.
- situated or being on or in the inside; interior; internal: an inside seat.
- acting, employed, done, or originating within a building or place: He used to work on the dock but now he has an inside job.
- derived from the inner circle of those concerned in and having private knowledge of a situation: inside information.
- (of a pitched ball) passing between home plate and the batter: The pitch was low and inside.
- inside (Thesaurus)