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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.
Translations of “aside”
in Arabic جانِباً…
in Korean 옆으로…
in Malaysian ke tepi…
in French de côté…
in Turkish yan tarafa, yanıbaşına, yanına…
in Italian da parte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 向一邊, 在旁邊, 到(或向)一邊…
in Russian в сторону, на потом…
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 Indonesian ke (di) sisi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 向一边, 在旁边, 到(或向)一边…
(Definition of aside from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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