- n.局外人，圈外人; 无取胜希望者; （比赛中的）冷门选手;
- 复数: outsiders;
Their jargon is impenetrable to an outsider.
Here she felt she would always be an outsider.
She always wagered on an outsider.
The most likely outcome may be to subcontract much of the work to an outsider.
An outsider might misconstrue the nature of the relationship.
Malone, a cop, felt as much an outsider as any of them.
She had no wish to share her father with any outsider and regarded us as interlopers.
To an outsider, the issues that we fight about would seem almost laughably petty.
It would be fatal to bring in outsider.
Things often appear chaotic to the outsider.
You're still treating me like an outsider.
Don't treat me as an outsider.
You regarded me as an outsider.
To an outsider the case looked simple.
To the outsider the prosperity of Northern Ireland is baffling.
Amazingly, the job went to a rank outsider.
Wenger said: & quot; Barcelona are the and we are the dangerous outsider.
温格说: “巴塞罗那是非凡 强盛 的, 我们可能会被击败. ”
Entertain outsider to stay overnight or brought inside the dormitory.
Now I am still an outsider, because of my biggest mistake.
Already it has taught me, an outsider live as human beings means live with other life.
He cannot pose any more as the disgruntled outsider.
In fact, it would probably take a while for an outsider to develop a preference.
From the day that I joined I was made to feel like an outsider.
This is my view as an outsider.
People call me an outsider because I eat outthe time.
An outsider emerged as the winner.
The exact method it uses is unclear; the company does not allow outsiders to observe the process.
We use bonding humor to enhance our social connections* but we also may employ it as a way of excluding or rejecting an outsider
Italians always "see me as a foreigner," an outsider, even though she's stayed in the country for years and can speak the local language fluently, she said.
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There is pressure for change from within the profession, but opponents of change among the regulators insist that keeping outsiders out of a law firm isolates lawyers from the pressure to make money rather than serve clients ethically.
1. someone who is excluded from or is not a member of a group
2. a constestant (human or animal) not considered to have a good chance to win
局外企业 局外人 场外交易者 普通投资者