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sidewaysadverb, adjective

uk   /ˈsaɪd.weɪz/ us   /ˈsaɪd.weɪz/
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sidewaysadjective, adverb [not gradable]

us   /ˈsɑɪdˌweɪz/
from one side to another, or with a side to the front: If you’d move sideways I could see better. Turn the table sideways.
If you look at something sideways, you do not look at it directly.
(Definition of sideways from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sideways”
in Arabic على الجَنْب…
in Korean 옆으로…
in Portuguese de lado, lateralmente, para o lado…
in Catalan de costat…
in Japanese 横に, 横向きに…
in Chinese (Simplified) 侧向地的…
in Turkish yanlamasına, uzunlamasına…
in Russian в сторону…
in Chinese (Traditional) 側向地的…
in Italian lateralmente, di lato, di traverso…
in Polish w bok, na bok, bokiem…
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