How to use within correctly.

When used with a time expression, within means 'inside' or 'inside the limit'. Everything will be finished within a week.
(= Everything will be finished in seven days or earlier.)
Within 24 hours = 'in 24 hours or maybe sooner'. I'll be back within an hour.
(= I'll be back in 60 minutes at the latest.)

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