English version

on the outside

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon the outsideon the outsidea) SEEMused to describe the way someone appears to be or to behave Ken was furious, but forced himself to appear calm on the outside. b) SCJFREE/NOT IN PRISONnot in prison Life on the outside was not as easy as he’d first thought. c) British English if a car passes another car on the outside, it passes on the driver’s side outside
Examples from the Corpus
on the outsideThey don't trust anyone on the outside, anyone who appears to be on the outside.It was slightly charred on the outside, sweet in the center.I like music that's cold on the outside.A coating is often then placed on the outside for additional protection.They were stuck on the outside like cheerleaders.He uncurled her fingers and reset the fist with the thumb on the outside.I want to put the computer world around you on the outside.
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