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An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
1. (with the inner surface on the outside)
2. (to a thorough degree)
a. de cabo a rabo
I'm not nervous about the test tomorrow. I know the book inside out.No estoy nerviosa por el examen de mañana. Conozco el libro de cabo a rabo.
b. en profundidad
I'm a huge fan of the band. I know their music inside out.Soy fanática de la banda. Conozco su música en profundidad.
c. al dedillo
I trust my lawyer. He understands the law inside out.Confío en mi abogado. Entiende la ley al dedillo.
3. (starting on the inside)
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