- андарунидар ботин ҷуниндохил
Adjective(1) relating to or existing in the mind or thoughts(2) directed or moving inward or toward a center
Adverb(1) toward the center or interior(2) to or toward the inside of
(1) The efforts of the early reformers aimed to focus worshipers' eyes inward to the soul and tune their ears to words of Scripture read and gospel preached.(2) A large amount of matter, left over from a supernova explosion spiraling inward towards an invisible black center.(3) To many what most mattered was the inward purification of the soul; sacrifices, images, and external ceremonies of any kind were a distraction, at best symbols.(4) With no further warning, Valdaer swung his blades inward , toward the jar in front of him.(5) These molecules have their headgroup regions pointing outward into the solvent and the carbon chain directed inward toward each other.(6) We might also remark upon his buoyancy, an inward easiness of spirit.(7) She leaned back a bit and closed her eyes, shutting out the world and turning her mind inward ├ö├ç┬¬(8) Orthotic devices also help reduce over-pronation, which occurs when the arch slopes inward , causing the outside of the heel to keel instead of remaining flat.(9) The Ancient ones slowly became bored of our land and slowly faded away, becoming more inward and secretive, within years they were all but legend.(10) For they are the inward actions of the mind in the spirits of the braine, whilest the bodie is occupied with sleepe: for as touching the mind it selfe, it never sleepeth.(11) The houses of well-to-do Mexicans have been inward looking, towards a patio, since colonial times.(12) It is a common fault for a swimmer to start turning the head for the inward breath before the forward hand has entered the water.(13) The best way to utilize the platforms would be to Fold the fleet into the enemy's path outside them, moving inward , with the platforms just out of range.(14) We'll look at all of these as we journey inward to our soul, outward to our world, and together into our community.(15) The image of Saint Ambrose elevates the worshiper's mind to an inward vision through his intensity of concentration.(16) Evidently Stickel did not consider the possibility that a plumber might have dug inward from outside the building and down just enough to repair malfunctioning plumbing.
(1) inward investment :: сармоягузорї андаруни
1. toward the inside ::
2. internal ::
3. inbound ::
4. inside ::
1. exterior ::
2. external ::
3. outer ::
4. outside ::
5. outward ::
Different Formsinward, inwardly, inwards
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