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Translation of "side" - English-Polish dictionary

side

noun [C]     /saɪd/
PART OF SOMETHING
A2 one of the two parts that something would divide into if you drew a line down the middle strona In most countries people drive on the right side of the road. Which side of the bed do you sleep on?Surfaces of objectsEdges and extremities of objectsWords meaning parts of things
SURFACE
A2 a flat, outer surface of an object, especially one that is not its top, bottom, front, or back bok The ingredients are listed on the side of the box. The side of the car was badly scratched.Surfaces of objectsEdges and extremities of objectsWords meaning parts of things
EDGE
A2 one edge of something bok A square has four sides. There were chairs round the sides of the room.Surfaces of objectsEdges and extremities of objects
NEXT TO SOMETHING
B1 the area next to something bok, strona trees growing by the side of the roadNext to and beside
PAPER/COIN ETC
either of the two surfaces of a thin, flat object such as a piece of paper or a coin strona Write on both sides of the paper.Surfaces of objectsEdges and extremities of objectsWords meaning parts of things
ARGUMENT
B2 one of the people or groups who are arguing, fighting, or competing strona Whose side is he on? Whenever we argue he always takes Alice's side (= gives support to Alice).Fighting
TEAM UK
the players in a sports team drużyna He's been selected for the national side.Competitors and participants in sports and games
PART OF A SITUATION
B2 part of a situation that can be considered or dealt with separately strona She looks after the financial side of things.Situations and circumstances
CHARACTER
B2 a part of someone's character strona, cecha She has a very practical side.Mind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysis
BODY
the two areas of your body from under your arms to the tops of your legs bok Stand with your arms by your sides. She lay on her side.Words meaning parts of thingsRelating to particular parts of the body
STORY
B2 Someone's side of a story is the way in which they explain how something happened. wersja I thought I'd better listen to Clare's side of the story. So far they'd only heard the story from the wife's side.Reasons and explanations
TELEVISION/RADIO UK
a number on a television or radio that you can choose in order to receive a broadcast kanał Which side is the film on?Television
from side to side
B2 If something moves from side to side, it moves from left to right and back again repeatedly. na boki, z boku na bok swinging from side to sideBackwards, sideways and back and forth
side by side
B2 If two things or people are side by side, they are next to each other. obok siebie sitting side by side on the sofaNext to and beside
RELATIVES
the part of your family who are either your mother's relatives or your father's relatives strona They tend to be tall on my mother's side of the family.Family relations in general
→  See also the flip side , err on the side of caution , on the side , put sth to one side
(Definition of side from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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