Keywords: inside, internal
1. To go from one side of a barrier, wall or other such structure, to the other side, or any action or any thing directly or indirectly associated with this, especially being inside of something.
As a Noun
1. The part of a container or building which is surrounded by its sides (a fence, wall or other enclosure). English = inside.
As a Verb or Adjective
1. To be in that part of a container, room, or building which is surrounded by its sides (such as a fence, wall or other enclosure). English = (be) inside.
2. To go from the outside to the inside of some container or building. English = go inside.
3. To happen, come from, or exist inside a place, person, or area of activity. English = (be) internal.
1. Used immediately next to a verb to mean the direction someone or something moves, from outside to inside. English = inside.