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From Middle English withinne, withinnen, from Old English wiþinnan; equivalent to with + in.
- (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /wɪðˈɪn/
- (US) IPA(key): /wɪðˈɪn/, /wɪˈθɪn/
- (Scotland) IPA(key): /wɪˈθɪn/
Audio (US) (file)
- Rhymes: -ɪn
- Hyphenation: with‧in
- In the inner part, spatially; physically inside.
- within her studio
- 1908 October, Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows, New York, N.Y.: Charles Scribner’s Sons, →OCLC:
- The Rat […] lightly stepped into a little boat which the Mole had not observed. It was painted blue outside and white within, and was just the size for two animals; and the Mole's whole heart went out to it at once […] .
- In the scope or range of.
- within his hearing; her within five seconds of breaking the record; within an inch of falling overboard
- 2011, Tom Fordyce, Rugby World Cup 2011: England 12-19 France:
- England struck back with a fine try from Ben Foden and closed to within seven points with three minutes left when Mark Cueto capitalised on a break from replacement Matt Banahan.
- Before the specified duration ends.
- Leave here within three days.
- 2012, Christoper Zara, Tortured Artists: From Picasso and Monroe to Warhol and Winehouse, the Twisted Secrets of the World's Most Creative Minds, part 1, chapter 1, 27:
- On October 6, 1927, Warner Bros. released The Jazz Singer, the first sound-synched feature film, prompting a technological shift of unprecedented speed and unstoppable force. Within two years, nearly every studio release was a talkie.
- 2012 June 9, Owen Phillips, BBC Sport:
- And Netherlands, backed by a typically noisy and colourful travelling support, started the second period in blistering fashion and could have had four goals within 10 minutes
in scope or range of
before the specified duration ends
within (not comparable)
within (not comparable)
- (law) In the context of which the present document or ruling is made.
- the within appeal
- 2013, Court of Appeal for Ontario, Malka v. Vasiliadis:
- As part of the within appeal the appellants brought a fresh evidence motion. Although the court did not specifically address the motion in its oral reasons dismissing the appeal, that motion was rejected by the court for the following reasons.
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