[in-teer-ee-er] /ɪnˈtɪər i ər/
being within; inside of anything; internal; inner; further toward a center:
the interior rooms of a house.
of or relating to that which is within; inside:
an interior view.
situated well inland from the coast or border:
the interior towns of a country.
of or relating to the .
private or hidden; inner:
interior negotiations of the council.
pertaining to the mind or soul; mental or spiritual:
the interior life.
the internal or inner part; inside.
a pictorial representation of the inside of a room.
the inland parts of a region, country, etc.:
the Alaskan interior.
the domestic affairs of a country as distinguished from its foreign affairs:
the Department of the Interior.
the inner or inward nature or character of anything.
Mathematics. the largest open set contained in a given set, as the points in a circle not including the boundary.
the quality of being focused on one’s inner life and identity
a part, surface, or region that is inside or on the inside: the interior of Africa
inner character or nature
a film or scene shot inside a building, studio, etc
a picture of the inside of a room or building, as in a painting or stage design
the inside of a building or room, with respect to design and decoration
of, situated on, or suitable for the inside; inner
coming or acting from within; internal
of or involving a nation’s domestic affairs; internal
(esp of one’s spiritual or mental life) secret or private; not observable
(in titles) the Interior, the domestic or internal affairs of any of certain countries: Department of the Interior
1701, from interior + -ity.
late 15c., from Middle French intérieur and directly from Latin interior “inner, interior, middle,” comparative adjective of inter “within” (see inter-). Meaning “of the interior parts of a country” is from 1777; meaning “internal affairs of a country or state” (as in U.S. Department of the Interior) is from 1838. Interior decoration first attested 1807. Interior design from 1927.
“part of a country distant from the coast,” 1796, from interior (adj.); meaning “inside of a building or room” is from 1829.
/ɪnˈtɪərɪəˌraɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) another word for internalize
noun, Football. 1. one of the players positioned on the line of scrimmage between the ends.
[in-teer-ee-er] /ɪnˈtɪər i ər/ adjective 1. being within; inside of anything; internal; inner; further toward a center: the interior rooms of a house. 2. of or relating to that which is within; inside: an interior view. 3. situated well inland from the coast or border: the interior towns of a country. 4. of or relating […]
noun, Mathematics. 1. an open map.