- In the inner part, spatially; physically inside.
- within her studio
- 1908, Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows,
- 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, gbooks :
- 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.
- to within
- French: dedans
- German: in, innerhalb
- Italian: dentro, all'interno
- Portuguese: dentro de
- Russian: внутри́
- Spanish: dentro de
within (not comparable)Adjective
within (not comparable)
- (legal) 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.