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upsidenoun [U]

 us   /ˈʌpˌsɑɪd/
the positive part of a situation: It’s too bad we can’t go until Thursday, but the upside is that we get to stay through the weekend.
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upsidenoun [S]

uk   us   /ˈʌpsaɪd/
an advantage: upside of/to sth One upside of a slowdown in demand is that it means there is less danger of inflation. The building needs some work, but on the upside it's located in the best part of the business district.
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Translations of “upside”
in Chinese (Simplified) 优点, 好处, 有利的一面…
in Chinese (Traditional) 優點, 好處, 有利的一面…
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