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  1. sideline

    • IPA[ˈsʌɪdlʌɪn]

    英式

    • n.
      an activity done in addition to one's main job, especially to earn extra income;an auxiliary line of goods or trade
    • v.
      cause (a player) to be unable to play in a team or game;remove from the centre of activity or attention; place in a less influential position
    • noun: sideline, plural noun: sidelines

    • verb: sideline, 3rd person present: sidelines, gerund or present participle: sidelining, past tense: sidelined, past participle: sidelined

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an activity done in addition to one's main job, especially to earn extra income:

      a sideline career as a stand-up comic

    • 2. an auxiliary line of goods or trade:

      electronic handbooks are a lucrative sideline for the firm

    • 3. either of the two lines bounding the longer sides of a football field, basketball court, tennis court, or similar playing area:

      Gascoigne celebrated his goal by sprinting to the sidelines

    • 4. the area immediately outside either sideline as a place for non-players, substitutes, or spectators:

      a referee collapsed during a match as his son watched from the sidelines

    • 5. a position where one is observing a situation rather than being directly involved in it:

      the US has chosen to remain on the sidelines

      we are not just watching from the sidelines, we are rolling our sleeves up and getting involved

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cause (a player) to be unable to play in a team or game:

      an ankle injury has sidelined him for two weeks

    • 2. remove from the centre of activity or attention; place in a less influential position:

      backbench MPs have been sidelined and excluded from decision-making

    • ph. in (or from) a position where one is observing a situation but is unable or unwilling to be directly involved in it

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    • IPA[ˈsīdˌlīn]

    美式

    • n.
      an activity done in addition to one's main job, especially to earn extra income:
    • a sideline career as a stand-up comic
    • v.
      cause (a player) to be unable to play in a team or game:
    • he has been sidelined for the last six weeks with a fractured wrist

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