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What does the verb "fora" mean in Portuguese?

I'm trying to learn some verbs but when I try to translate it, it gives me weird translations.

For learning: Portuguese
Base language: English
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    In rio de janeiro, i only hear it ever used as "outside" and its not a verb. My portuguese isnt great, so it could have other uses that im unaware of, but i hear it used like for example: onde está Lukas? Ele está a fora very often. O dentro is the opposite.

    In rio de janeiro, i only hear it ever used as "outside" and its not a verb. My portuguese isnt great, so it could have other uses that im unaware of, but i hear it used like for example: onde está Lukas? Ele está a fora very often. O dentro is the opposite.

    In rio de janeiro, i only hear it ever used as "outside" and its not a verb. My portuguese isnt great, so it could have other uses that im unaware of, but i hear it used like for example: onde está Lukas? Ele está a fora very often. O dentro is the opposite.

    In rio de janeiro, i only hear it ever used as "outside" and its not a verb. My portuguese isnt great, so it could have other uses that im unaware of, but i hear it used like for example: onde está Lukas? Ele está a fora very often. O dentro is the opposite.

    tem o verbo fora que é o pretérito mais que perfeito de ir. em inglês o equivalente é o past perfect. é uma ação que aconteceu no passado foi concluído e começou uma outra ação.

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