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sidebarnoun [C]

uk   /ˈsaɪd.bɑːr/  us   /-bɑːr/
a ​box or ​narrowarea on a ​newspaper or ​magazinepage that ​contains a ​shortnewsstory or ​extrainformationrelating to a ​longermainstory a ​narrowarea at the ​side of a ​page on a ​website, giving ​extrainformation or links
(Definition of sidebar from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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sidebarnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈsaɪdbɑːr/
INTERNET a ​narrowarea on the ​left or ​right of a ​websitepage giving ​extrainformation, often other ​parts of the ​website that the ​user can go to: Click on ​items in the sidebar to ​navigate to other ​pages.
a ​narrowarea to one ​side of a ​newspaper or ​bookpage with a ​shortarticle or other ​piece of writing in it, usually one that is ​related to the ​maininformation on the ​page: Accompanying the ​article are two sidebars, one showing the ​letter from the ​Justice Department.
(Definition of sidebar from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sidebar”
in Chinese (Simplified) (主要新闻报道的)补充报道…
in Chinese (Traditional) (主要新聞報導的)補充報導…
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