1. a place within a region identified relative to a center or reference location;
2. one of two or more contesting groups;
3. either the left or right half of a body;
4. an extended outer surface of an object;
5. a surface forming part of the outside of an object;
6. a line segment forming part of the perimeter of a plane figure;
7. an aspect of something (as contrasted with some other implied aspect);
8. a family line of descent;
9. a lengthwise dressed half of an animal's carcass used for food
10. an opinion that is held in opposition to another in an argument or dispute;
11. an elevated geological formation;
12. (sports) the spin given to a ball by striking it on one side or releasing it with a sharp twist
1. take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for;
2. take the side of; be on the side of;
1. located on a side;
2. added as a consequence or supplement;
There was a lot of people on every side.
You think Yorkshire is the best cricket side ? My foot!
The waves were lapping against the side of the boat.
We skirted along one side of the valley.
We rowed over to the other side of the river.
On either side of the rostrum sat representatives of parents, teachers and Red Scarves.
The shop is on the west side of the street.
We must stand side by side in this trouble and help each other.
By the side of sickness health becomes sweet.
The negotiation broke down because one side refused to play the game.
Justice is on our side.
The car scraped its side against the wall.
They clambered up the counter side.
There is a door on either side.
There is a line of young trees on each side of the street.
He may laugh at our discomfiture now, but before long he'll be laughing on the other side of his face.
The side of the car was all smashed in when it hit the bus.
Any alterations should be written in neatly to the left side.
He jabbed his elbow into my side.
Neither side can draw back from the agreement once the contract is signed.
It is rare for the responsibility for causing conflict to rest solely on one side.
The article takes a side swipe at the teachers.
Who's going to play for your side in tonight's match?
The target is on the low side.
My house is on the left side of the street.
You can park on either side of the street.
Stand with your arms by your side and your head erect.
Side effects from the drug are uncommon.
The bus veered onto the wrong side of the road.
by (或 at) someone's side
close to someone, especially so as to give them comfort or moral support
a stepson who stayed by your side when your own son deserted you.
by the side of
a house by the side of the road.
from side to side
alternately left and right from a central point
I shook my head frantically from side to side.
across the entire width; right across
the fleet stretched four miles from side to side.
have something on one's side (或 something is on on
something is operating to one's advantage
now he had time on his side, Thomas relaxed a little.
let the side down
(Brit.)fail to meet the expectations of one's colleagues or friends, especially by mismanaging something or otherwise causing them embarrassment
on/from every side (或 on/from all sides)
in or from all directions; everywhere
there were shouts now from all sides.
on (或 to) one side
out of one's way; aside
on the — side
tending towards being —; rather —(used to qualify an adjective)
these boots are a bit on the tight side.
side of the fence
these boots are a bit on the tight side.
support one person or cause against another or others in a dispute, conflict, or contest
I do not want to take sides in this matter.
take (或 draw) someone to/on one side
speak to someone in private, especially so as to advise or warn them about something
this side of
before (a particular time, date, or event)
this side of midnight.
(informal)used in superlative expressions to denote that something is comparable with a paragon or model of its kind
the finest coffee this side of Brazil.
(on) this side of the grave
on the side
In addition to the main portion
coleslaw on the side.
In addition to the main occupation or activity
did some consulting work on the side.
phase, aspect, side, angle
flanking nonessential incidental extraneous adventitious extrinsic by-the-way insignificant inconsequential secondary inconsiderable parenthetical lesser auxiliary inappreciable negligible unimportant minor subordinate ancillary
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