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English definition of “side”

side

noun [C] (OPINION)    /saɪd/
B2 an opinion held in an argument, or a way of considering something: There are at least two sides to every question. I've listened to your side of the story, but I still think you were wrong to do what you did.Opinions, beliefs and points of view -sided     /-ɪd/ suffix A square is a four-sided figure. a many-sided question a steep-sided hillComplexityDifficult to understandEdges and extremities of objectsSurfaces of objectsParts of geometrical shapes
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