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    inside out?

    Hi :)

    Does "inside out" mean exactly the same as "backwards" or "back to front"?

    Thanks a lot

    abrilsp

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    Something that is inside-out has the outside part where the inside part usually is. For example, if you wear your tee-shirt inside-out the tag will be on the outside instead of the inside.

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    Thanks Ronbee!


    What about "backwards" and "back to front", do these two words mean the same?


    thanks again!

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    Backwards has a couple of meanings. (Five definitons, to be exact.)

    The first definition ("To or toward the back or rear") is the closest in meaning to from front to back, which does, I think, have only to do with direction. I would say that from front to back means from one area (front) to another (back).

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