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Translation of "aside" - English-Spanish dictionary

aside

adverb   /əˈsaɪd/
in a direction to one side hacia un lado I gave her some food but she pushed it aside. Please step aside so we can pass.
put/set something aside
If you put or set something aside, you do not use it now, but keep it to use later. apartar algo We put some money aside for our holiday.
aside from
except for aparte de Money continues to be a problem but aside from that we’re all well.1966
(Definition of aside from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

aside

adverb /əˈsaid/
on or to one side aparte, a un lado They stood aside to let her pass I’ve put aside two tickets for you to collect.
put aside phrasal verb ( often with for)
to keep (something) for a particular person or occasion reservar, guardar Would you put this book aside for me and I’ll collect it later We have put aside the dress you ordered.
(Definition of aside from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “aside”
in Korean 옆으로…
in Arabic جانِباً…
in Malaysian ke tepi…
in French de côté…
in Russian в сторону, на потом…
in Chinese (Traditional) 向一邊, 在旁邊, 到(或向)一邊…
in Italian da parte…
in Turkish yan tarafa, yanıbaşına, yanına…
in Polish na bok, w bok, na później…
in Vietnamese sang một bên…
in Portuguese de lado, ao lado…
in Thai ข้าง ๆ…
in German beiseite…
in Catalan a un costat…
in Japanese わきへ, わきに…
in Chinese (Simplified) 向一边, 在旁边, 到(或向)一边…
in Indonesian ke (di) sisi…
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