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put/lay sth on/to one side

C2 to not use something, especially an amount of money, in order to keep it for later use: We have put some money on one side for next year's summer holiday.
Translations of “put/lay sth on/to one side”
in Chinese (Traditional) 把(尤指錢)存起來以便日後使用…
in Chinese (Simplified) 把(尤指钱)存起来以便日后使用…
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