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  1. one-sided

    • IPA[wʌnˈsʌɪdɪd]

    英式

    • adj.
      unfairly giving or dealing with only one side of a contentious issue; biased;(of a contest or conflict) having a marked inequality of strength or ability between the participants
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    • ph.
      out of one's way; aside

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    • ph.
      out of one's way; aside

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    • ph.
      be convulsed with laughter

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    • ph.
      be convulsed with laughter

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    • ph.
      operating to one's advantage

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    • ph.
      operating to one's advantage

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    • ph.
      speak to someone in private, especially so as to advise or warn them about something

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    • ph.
      speak to someone in private, especially so as to advise or warn them about something

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    • IPA[ˈwən ˈˌsīdid]

    美式

    • adj.
      unfairly giving or dealing with only one side of a contentious issue or question; biased or ... the press was accused of being one-sided, of not giving a balanced picture

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