sidenounuk /saɪd/ us /saɪd/
side noun (SURFACE)
- Quigley clouted me smartly across the side of the head.
- This plan shows the front, side and back elevations of the new supermarket.
- You turn the television on by flipping the switch at the side.
- The monument was hewn out of the side of a mountain.
- I walked around the side of the building.
side noun (EDGE)
side noun (NEXT TO)
side noun (PART)
- At the top of the hill I switched off the engine and we just coasted down the other side.
- We can now communicate instantly with people on the other side of the world.
- He managed to keep afloat by holding on to the side of the boat.
- In the US, you drive on the right hand side of the road, but in Britain the converse applies.
- They ran to the pool, dived in, and swam to the other side.
side noun (OPPOSING GROUP)
- He was cheering for the other side.
- Our commiserations to the losing side!
- The ceasefire treaty was a dead letter as soon as it was signed, as neither side ever had any intention of keeping to it.
- France play with more flair and inventiveness, whereas England are a more disciplined side.
- The teams change ends at half-time so that neither side has an unfair advantage.
side noun (OPINION)
side noun (PART OF SITUATION)
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side noun (CHARACTER)