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Idioms for inside

    inside of, Informal. within the space or period of: Our car broke down again inside of a mile.
    inside out,
    1. with the inner side reversed to face the outside.
    2. thoroughly: completely: She knew the work inside out.

Origin of inside

First recorded in 1350–1400; Middle English; see origin at in, side1

synonym study for inside

7. Inside, interior both refer to the inner part or space within something. Inside is a common word, and is used with reference to things of any size, small or large: the inside of a pocket. Interior, somewhat more formal, denotes the inner part or the space or regions within; it usually suggests considerable size or extent, and sometimes a richness of decoration: the interior of a country, of the earth, of a cathedral.
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