- side1 W1S1 [saıd] n▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1¦(part of an area)¦2¦(next to)¦3¦(of a building/object/vehicle etc)¦4¦(edge)¦5¦(of a thin object)¦6¦(part of your body)¦7¦(shape)¦8¦(mountain/valley)¦9¦(page)¦10 side by side11 from side to side12¦(subject/situation)¦13¦(argument/war)¦14¦(opinion)¦15 take sides16¦(sport)¦17¦(part of somebody's character)¦18¦(of a family)¦19 somebody's side of a deal/bargain20 on the side21¦(food)¦22 on/from all sides23 put/leave/set something to one side24 be at somebody's side/stay by somebody's side/not leave somebody's side25 take/draw somebody to one side26 have something on your side/something is on your side27 get on the wrong side of somebody28 keep on the right side of somebody29 on the right/wrong side of 30/40 etc30 on the small/high/heavy etc side etc31 this side of Christmas/midnight etc32 the best/biggest etc ... this side of something33 on the wrong/right side of the law34 be on the side of the angels35 let the side down36 criticize/nag/hassle somebody up one side and down the other37¦(meat)¦38¦(tv station)¦▬▬▬▬▬▬▬[: Old English;]1.) ¦(PART OF AN AREA)¦one of the two areas that are on the left or the right of an imaginary line, or on the left or the right of a border, wall, river etcside of▪ The south side of town is pretty run down.on the ... side▪ a scar on the right side of his face▪ Fuel is cheaper on the French side of the border.to one/the side▪ She tilted her head to one side, pretending to consider the question.▪ A man stood watching me from the other side of the road.▪ His friends and family were all on the other side of the world.▪ The restaurant was empty apart from another couple on the far side of the room (=the area that is furthest away from you) .the right-hand/left-hand side(=the right side or the left side)▪ In Sri Lanka they drive on the left-hand side of the road.2.) ¦(NEXT TO)¦ [usually singular]a position directly next to someone or something, on the right or the lefton this/one side (of sb/sth)▪ Stand on this side of me so Dad can get a photo.at sb's side/at the side of sth▪ A little girl was skipping along at her side.▪ There was a card tacked to the wall at the side of the photograph.on either side (of sth)▪ Two large screens stood on either side of the stage (=one on the left and one on the right side of it) .to sb's side▪ Maggie hurried to his side.3.) ¦(OF A BUILDING/OBJECT/VEHICLE ETC)¦a surface of something that is not its front, back, top, or bottomside of▪ He led the way round to the side of the building.▪ Toni ran her finger down the side of her glass.▪ Someone ran into the side of my car.high-sided/straight-sided etc▪ high-sided vehicles▪ a straight-sided dish4.) ¦(EDGE)¦the part of an object or area that is furthest from the middle, at or near the edgeside of▪ Jack sat down heavily on the side of the bed.▪ She pulled into the side of the road and stopped the car.5.) ¦(OF A THIN OBJECT)¦one of the two surfaces of a thin flat objectside of▪ Write on only one side of the paper.▪ I'll paint the other side of the fence tomorrow.▪ There's a scratch on one side of the record.6.) ¦(PART OF YOUR BODY)¦the part of your body from the top of your arm to the top of your leg▪ He had a scar running right the way down his side.▪ Betty was lying on her side on the bed.7.) ¦(SHAPE)¦one of the flat surfaces or edges of a shape▪ A cube has six sides.three-sided/four-sided etc▪ a seven-sided coin8.) ¦(MOUNTAIN/VALLEY)¦one of the sloping areas of a hill, mountain etcside of▪ Their house was on the side of the valley.hillside/mountainside▪ sheep grazing on the steep hillsidesteep-sided/sheer-sided etc▪ a steep-sided valley9.) ¦(PAGE)¦BrE a page of writing on one side of a piece of paper▪ How many sides have we got to write?10.) side by sidea) next to each other▪ We walked along the beach, side by side.b) if people work side by side, they work together to achieve somethingside by side with▪ Local citizens worked side by side with emergency crews to pull their neighbors out of the rubble.c) if different things or groups exist side by side, they exist in the same place or at the same time, even though this may seem difficult or surprising▪ a visit to see how modern agriculture and wildlife can exist side by side11.) from side to sidefirst to one side, then to the other, several times or continuously▪ 'Did you catch him?' Matthew shook his head from side to side.swing/rock/sway from side to side▪ The boat rocked violently from side to side.12.) ¦(SUBJECT/SITUATION)¦one part or feature of something, especially when compared with another parttechnical/financial/social etc side▪ She takes care of the financial side of the business.serious/funny/negative/positive etc side▪ Can't you see the funny side of all this?▪ Environmental pollution gives great cause for concern, but, on the positive side , people are beginning to try and find solutions.▪ Look on the bright side (=see the good side of a situation) - at least you learned something from the experience.▪ It's a children's book about fairies and magic, but it does have a dark side .13.) ¦(ARGUMENT/WAR)¦one of the people, groups, or countries opposing each other in a quarrel, war etc▪ He fought on the republican side in the Spanish Civil War.▪ a peace deal that is acceptable to both sides▪ During the war, he changed sides several times.be on sb's side(=support them)▪ Well at least someone's on my side.whose side are you on?spoken (=used when someone is arguing against you when they should be supporting you)▪ He always likes to be on the winning side .14.) ¦(OPINION)¦one person's opinion or attitude in an argument or disagreement▪ Try and see my side of things for a change!▪ Well, I can see both sides . They both have a point.sb's side of the story(=one person's opinion of what happened in a situation, especially someone who has been accused of doing something wrong)▪ We haven't heard Mike's side of the story yet.15.) take sidesto choose to support one person or group in an argument, and oppose the other one16.) ¦(SPORT)¦BrE a sports team▪ They're a good side, but I think we're a better one.17.) ¦(PART OF SOMEBODY'S CHARACTER)¦ [usually singular]one part of someone's character, especially when compared with another partside of▪ It was a side of Shari that I hadn't seen before.▪ There was a side to him that worried her, that seemed cold and cruel.sb's softer/feminine/emotional etc side▪ These days men are not all afraid to show their softer side.18.) ¦(OF A FAMILY)¦a part of a family▪ My father's side of the family are short, but my mother's side are tall.19.) sb's side of a deal/bargainwhat someone agrees to do as part of an agreement▪ The Russians kept their side of the bargain , and pulled out of East Germany.20.) on the sidea) used to say that someone does work in addition to their regular job▪ Most consultants do private work on the side.→↑sideline1 (1)b) secretly, and dishonestly or illegally▪ His wife discovered that he had a woman on the side.→a bit on the side at ↑bit3c) food that is served on the side is ordered with the main dish in a restaurant, but is not usually part of that dish▪ I'd like eggs with toast on the side.21.) ¦(FOOD)¦AmE a small amount of food that you order in a restaurant in addition to your main mealside of▪ a hamburger with a side of fries22.) on/from all sides also on/from every sidea) in or from every direction▪ Planes were attacking us from all sides.▪ The town is surrounded on all sides by vineyards.b) by or from a lot of people with different opinions▪ Clinton was praised on all sides for his warm manner and diplomatic approach.23.) put/leave/set sth to one sideto save something to be dealt with or used later▪ Let's leave that question to one side for now.▪ Put a little money to one side each week.24.) be at sb's side/stay by sb's side/not leave sb's sideto be with someone, and take care of them or support them▪ He faced the reporters with his wife at his side.▪ She nursed him through his illness, never leaving his side.25.) take/draw sb to one sideto take someone away from other people for a short time for a private talk▪ Before they left, Colette took me to one side and warned me about Bernard.26.) have sth on your side/sth is on your sideused to say that you have an advantage that increases your chances of successhave time/luck/God/right etc on your side▪ Barnes didn't have much experience, but he had youth and enthusiasm on his side.27.) get on the wrong side of sbto annoy someone or make them angry, especially someone who can cause serious problems for you▪ Be careful not to get on the wrong side of her.28.) keep on the right side of sbto be careful not to annoy someone, because you want them to help you and not cause problems for you▪ We tried to keep on the right side of the housekeeper, so that she would let us bring beer in.29.) on the right/wrong side of 30/40 etc informalyounger or older than 30, 40 etc30.) on the small/high/heavy etc side etcspoken a little too small, too high, too heavy etc▪ The trousers are a bit on the small side.31.) this side of Christmas/midnight etcbefore a particular time - used to say that something will not happen before then▪ I doubt we'll see him this side of Christmas.32.) the best/biggest etc ... this side of sthused humorously to say that something is very good, big etc▪ the best Chinese food this side of Peking33.) on the wrong/right side of the law informalbreaking or not breaking the law34.) be on the side of the angelsto be doing what is morally right35.) let the side downBrE to behave badly or do something that embarrasses or disappoints your family, friends etc36.) criticize/nag/hassle sb up one side and down the otherAmE spoken to criticize someone, complain to them in an annoying way etc without worrying about how they feel37.) ¦(MEAT)¦a side of beef/bacon etcone half of an animal's body, used as food38.) ¦(TV STATION)¦ [usually singular]BrE spoken a television station= ↑channel▪ Do you know what's on the other side?→↑double-sided, ↑one-sided,to be on the safe side at ↑safe1 (7), err on the side of caution at ↑err, ↑flip side,split your sides at ↑split1 (10), the other side of the coin at ↑coin1 (3), two sides of the same coin at ↑coin1 (4)side 2side2 adj [only before noun]1.) in or on the side of something▪ Hannah slipped out through a side exit.2.) from the side of something▪ Can you get a side view?side 3side3 v [I]to support or argue against a person or group in a quarrel, fight etcside with/against▪ Frank sided with David against their mother.
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