inside out

inside out(
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)
a. al revés
You're wearing your sweater inside out.Llevas tu suéter al revés.
b. del revés
Turn these jeans inside out before washing them.Pon estos vaqueros del revés antes de lavarlos.
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)
a. de adentro hacia afuera
Wounds heal from the inside out.Heridas cicatrizan de adentro hacia afuera.
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