One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the outside of the building is decorated in fine style’
external surface, outer surface, surface, exterior, outer side, case, skin, shell, crust, husk, covering, outer layer, sheath, facade, elevation, front, frontage
2‘the outside of the bend’
longer edge, outer edge, edge, the long way round
1‘go and put the outside lights on’
exterior, external, outer, outermost, outward, outdoor, out-of-doors
2‘this work is to be carried out by outside contractors’
independent, consultant, consulting, hired, temporary, freelance, casual, visiting, non-resident, external, extramural, peripatetic
extraneous, extrinsic, outward, alien, foreign
3‘an outside chance’
slight, slender, slim, small, tiny, faint, negligible, marginal, remote, distant, vague, unlikely, improbable
1‘they went outside’
outdoors, out of doors, out of the house, on the outside, externally, exteriorly
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