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  1. side

    • IPA[sʌɪd]

    英式

    • n.
      a position to the left or right of an object, place, or central point;either of the two halves of an object, surface, or place regarded as divided by an imaginary central line
    • v.
      support or oppose in a conflict, dispute, or debate;provide with a side or sides; form the side of
    • verb: side, 3rd person present: sides, gerund or present participle: siding, past tense: sided, past participle: sided

    • noun: side, plural noun: sides

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    • 1. support or oppose in a conflict, dispute, or debate he felt that Max had betrayed him by siding with Beatrice
    • 2. provide with a side or sides; form the side of the hills that side a long valley
    • adj.
      having sides of a specified number or type: narrow, steep-sided canyons

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      having sides of a specified number or type: narrow, steep-sided canyons

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a sideways skid or slip.
    • v.
      skid or slip sideways: the weight counteracts the tyre's tendency to side-slip

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a direction in which a person has a poor view of approaching traffic or danger: a punch delivered on the referee's blind side
    • v.
      hit or attack (someone) on their blind side: Graber blindsided Kelly, knocking him to the pavement

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a direction in which a person has a poor view, typically of approaching danger: a minivan nearly clipped him on his blind side
    • v.
      hit or attack (someone) on the blind side: Jenkins blindsided Adams, knocking him to the sidewalk

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adv.
      with the side of someone or something towards something else: the ship was wallowing side-on to the swell
    • adj.
      directed from or towards a side: a shot of the crowd from the side-on camera

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adv.
      with the side of someone or something toward something else: the ship was wallowing side-on to the swell
    • adj.
      directed from or toward a side: a shot of the crowd from the side-on camera

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the furthest side of something: we hired bikes to explore the far side of the island

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[sīd]

    美式

    • n.
      a position to the left or right of an object, place, or central point: a town on the other side of the river on either side of the entrance was a garden
    • v.
      support or oppose in a conflict, dispute, or debate: he felt that Max had betrayed him by siding with Beatrice

    Oxford American Dictionary