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Three police cars were parked outside their house.
We waited outside in the corridor until it was our turn to go in.
A crowd had gathered outside the gates of the US embassy.
The exhibition will open on a site just outside Paris.
The postal service is better outside London.
Her name is almost unknown outside of Latin America.
The company brought in advisers from outside.
State governors resent outside interference from Washington.
The department has commissioned outside contractors to do the job.
There’s an outside chance that we’ll both arrive on the same day.
England still has an outside chance of winning in the 1,000-metres event.
The job must be finished within a month at the very outside.
The boy can’t be more than 16 or 17 at the outside.
He may be cheerful on the outside, but that’s not how he feels.
Things are a lot more complicated than they seem on the outside.
People on the outside find it difficult to understand how the stock market works.
Most of the patients could no longer remember what life on the outside was like.
You must not let your outside interests interfere with your work.
How do I get an outside line?
This is the British English definition of outside. View American English definition of outside.