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Перевод на испанский “side”

side

noun /said/
(the ground beside) an edge, border or boundary line
lado
He walked round the side of the field He lives on the same side of the street as me.
a surface of something
cara
A cube has six sides.
one of the two of such surfaces which are not the top, bottom, front, or back
lado
There is a label on the side of the box.
either surface of a piece of paper, cloth etc
cara, lado, plana
Don’t waste paper – write on both sides!
the right or left part of the body
costado, lado
I’ve got a pain in my side.
a part or division of a town etc
parte, lado
He lives on the north side of the town.
a slope (of a hill)
ladera, falda
a mountainside.
a point of view; an aspect
aspecto, punto de vista
We must look at all sides of the problem.
a party, team etc which is opposing another
lado, parte, bando
Whose side are you on? Which side is winning?
-side suffix (the ground etc beside) the edge of something
borde de, lado de
He walked along the dockside/quayside a roadside café.
-sided suffix having (a certain number or type of) sides
de … lados
a four-sided figure.
sidelong adjective, adverb from or to the side; not directly
de costado, de reojo
a sidelong glance He glanced sidelong.
sideways adjective, adverb to or towards one side
de lado, lateral, de reojo
He moved sideways a sideways movement.
sideboard noun a long low piece of furniture in a dining room that has shelves and cupboards for storing plates, glasses, and cutlery.
Aparador
(British ) hair that grows down the side of a man’s face in front of his ears; sideburn
Patilla
sideburns noun plural the usually short hair grown on the side of a man’s face in front of the ears.
patillas
side effect noun an additional (often bad) effect of a drug etc
efecto secundario
These pills have unpleasant side effects.
sidelight noun a light fixed to the side, or at the side of the front or back, of a car, boat etc
luz lateral
He switched his sidelights on when it began to get dark.
sideline noun a business etc carried on outside one’s regular job or activity
actividad suplementaria
He runs a mail-order business as a sideline.
the line marking one of the long edges of a football pitch etc.
linea de banda
sidelines noun plural the position or point of view of a person not actually taking part in a sport, argument etc
al margen
He threw in the occasional suggestion from the sidelines.
side road noun a small, minor road
carretera secundaria
She parked in a side road, just off the High Street.
sidestep verb (past tense, past participle sidestepped) to step to one side
esquivar
He sidestepped as his attacker tried to grab him.
to avoid
evitar, eludir
There’s a way to sidestep a problem.
side street noun a small, minor street
calle lateral
The man ran down a side-street and disappeared.
sidetrack verb to turn (a person) aside from what he was about to do
despistar
I intended to write letters this evening, but was sidetracked into going to the pictures instead.
sidewalk noun (American) a pavement or footpath.
acera, vereda, andén
from all sides from every direction
de todos lados
People were running towards him from all sides.
on all sides all around
por todos lados
With enemies on all sides, we were trapped.
side by side beside one another; close together
juntos, uno al lado de otro
They walked along the street side by side.
side with phrasal verb to give support to in an argument etc
ponerse de parte de
Don’t side with him against us!
take sides to choose to support a particular opinion, group etc against another
ponerse de parte de
Everybody in the office took sides in the dispute.
(Definition of side from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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