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a·side

 (ə-sīd′)
adv.
1. To or toward the side: step aside.
2. Out of one's thoughts or mind: put my doubts aside.
3. Apart: a day set aside for relaxing.
4. In reserve; away: put a little money aside.
prep.
Being excepted or excluded from consideration: All joking aside, can you swim two miles?
n.
1. A piece of dialogue intended for the audience and supposedly not heard by the other actors on stage.
2. A remark made in an undertone so as to be inaudible to others nearby.
3. A parenthetical departure; a digression.

aside

(əˈsaɪd)
adv
1. on or to one side: they stood aside to let him pass.
2. out of hearing; in or into seclusion: he took her aside to tell her of his plan.
3. away from oneself: he threw the book aside.
4. out of mind or consideration: he put aside all fears.
5. in or into reserve: to put aside money for old age.
6. aside from (preposition) chiefly
a. besides: he has money aside from his possessions.
b. except for: he has nothing aside from the clothes he stands in. Compare apart7
n
7. (Theatre) something spoken by an actor, intended to be heard by the audience, but not by the others on stage
8. any confidential statement spoken in undertones
9. a digression

a•side

(əˈsaɪd)

adv.
1. on or to one side; to or at a short distance away.
2. away from one's thoughts or consideration: to put one's cares aside.
3. in reserve; in a separate place, as for safekeeping: to put some money aside.
4. away from a present group or area, esp. for privacy: He took her aside to discuss the plan.
5. put apart; notwithstanding: all kidding aside.
n.
6. something spoken by an actor to or for the audience and supposedly not heard by others on stage.
7. words spoken so as not to be heard by one or more persons present.
8. a temporary departure from a main theme or topic; brief digression.
Idioms:
aside from,
a. apart from; besides; excluding.
b. except for.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aside - a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended for others on the stageaside - a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended for others on the stage
actor's line, words, speech - words making up the dialogue of a play; "the actor forgot his speech"
2.aside - a message that departs from the main subjectaside - a message that departs from the main subject
subject matter, content, message, substance - what a communication that is about something is about
Adv.1.aside - on or to one sideaside - on or to one side; "step aside"; "stood aside to let him pass"; "threw the book aside"; "put her sewing aside when he entered"
2.aside - out of the way (especially away from one's thoughts); "brush the objections aside"; "pushed all doubts away"
3.aside - not taken into account or excluded from consideration; "these problems apart, the country is doing well"; "all joking aside, I think you're crazy"
4.aside - in a different directionaside - in a different direction; "turn aside"; "turn away one's face"; "glanced away"
5.aside - placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose; "had a feeling of being set apart"; "quality sets it apart"; "a day set aside for relaxing"
6.aside - in reserve; not for immediate use; "started setting aside money to buy a car"; "put something by for her old age"; "has a nest egg tucked away for a rainy day"

aside

adverb
1. to one side, away, alone, separately, apart, alongside, beside, out of the way, on one side, to the side, in isolation, in reserve, out of mind She closed the book and laid it aside.
2. apart, notwithstanding Emotional arguments aside, here are the facts.
noun
1. interpolation, remark, parenthesis, digression, interposition, confidential remark She mutters an aside to the camera.
aside from apart from, but, save, other than, excluding, besides, except for, not counting Aside from these few niggles, all is clear.

aside

noun
Translations
جانِبَاًجانِباً
stranoupoznámka stranou
sidebemærkningtil side
sivuun
sa strane
félreszólás
til hliîar
わきへ
한쪽으로
atidėtiį šalįpašnibždėjimas
malāsānissānisremarka
poznámka vyslovená bokom
pročvstran
åt sidan
ข้างๆ
aparkenarkenarayan sözyana
qua một bên

aside

[əˈsaɪd]
When aside is an element in a phrasal verb, eg brush aside, cast aside, put aside, stand aside, look up the verb.
A. ADV
1. (= to one side) → a un lado
to set or put sth asideapartar algo
to cast asidedesechar, echar a un lado
to step asidehacerse a un lado
joking asidebromas aparte
2. aside from (= as well as) → aparte de, además de; (= except for) → aparte de
B. N (Theat) → aparte m
to say sth in an asidedecir algo aparte

aside

[əˈsaɪd]
adv
(to one side)
see also set aside, put aside, brush aside
aside from (mainly US) (= apart from) → à part
naparté m
in an aside → en aparté

aside

adv
(with verbal element) → zur Seite, beiseite; to set something aside for somebodyfür jdn etw beiseitelegen; to turn asidesich zur Seite drehen, sich abwenden (esp fig)
(Theat etc) → beiseite
(esp US) aside fromaußer; aside from demanding an extra 10% …außer einer Zusatzforderung von 10% …; aside from being chairman of this committee he is …außer Vorsitzender dieses Ausschusses ist er auch …; this criticism, aside from being wrong, is …diese Kritik ist nicht nur falsch, sondern …
n (Theat) → Aparte nt (rare); to say something in an asideetw beiseitesprechen; there are too many asides to the audiencees wird zu viel zum Publikum gesprochen

aside

[əˈsaɪd]
1. advda parte
to take sb aside → prendere qn da parte
2. prep aside from (as well as) → oltre a, a parte; (except for) → a parte, salvo, eccetto
3. n (esp Theatre) → a parte m inv

aside

(əˈsaid) adverb
on or to one side. They stood aside to let her pass; I've put aside two tickets for you to collect.
noun
words spoken (especially by an actor) which other people (on the stage) are not supposed to hear. She whispered an aside to him.
put aside (often with for)
to keep (something) for a particular person or occasion. Would you put this book aside for me and I'll collect it later; We have put aside the dress you ordered.

aside

جانِباً stranou til side beiseite δίπλα a un lado sivuun de côté sa strane da parte わきへ 한쪽으로 opzij side na bok à parte, de lado в сторону åt sidan ข้างๆ kenar qua một bên 在旁边

aside

adv. aparte, a un lado;
vt.
to lay ___dejar de lado.
References in classic literature ?
With wonderful presence of mind, Don Pedro, the cruel sire, rushed in, dragged out his daughter, with a hasty aside.
Into the drug store came Joe Welling, brushing the screen door violently aside.
It certainly is a strange coincidence," he added, speaking in an aside to Ned while he himself still listened to what was being told to him over the telephone wire.
One, and she was the more juvenile in her appearance, though both were young, permitted glimpses of her dazzling complexion, fair golden hair, and bright blue eyes, to be caught, as she artlessly suffered the morning air to blow aside the green veil which descended low from her beaver.
The delighted Dick, with conscious vanity beaming from every feature of his shining face, lightly waved the compliment aside with his handkerchief, as she continued, "But I am forgetting the message.
But the Puritan soldier and magistrate was not a man to be turned aside from his well-considered scheme, either by dread of the wizard's ghost, or by flimsy sentimentalities of any kind, however specious.
He watched his opportunity of taking Darnay aside into a window, and of speaking to him when no one overheard.
The horse stumbled in a rut, then swerved aside and broke into a gallop.
The daylight, the trailing glory of the sun, went streaming out of the sky, was drawn aside like some luminous curtain, and at last I looked into the blue gulf of immensity which the sunshine hides, and saw the floating hosts of the stars.
When the heavy load was laid aside, song rose naturally from the lips.
I used to wriggle along in a most unseemly fashion, like an eel, continually moving aside to make way for generals, for officers of the guards and the hussars, or for ladies.
Live as quietly and as frugally as possible, and from today begin always to set aside something, lest misfortune again overtake you.