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nearside

(ˈnɪəˌsaɪd)
n
1. (Automotive Engineering) the nearside chiefly
a. the side of a vehicle normally nearer the kerb (in Britain, the left side)
b. (as modifier): the nearside door. Compare offside
2.
a. the left side of an animal, team of horses, etc
b. (as modifier): the nearside flank.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nearside - the side of a vehicle nearest the kerb
side - an extended outer surface of an object; "he turned the box over to examine the bottom side"; "they painted all four sides of the house"
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
Translations
po pravé straně
járda felõli
nærhliî
po pravej strane
sol tarafındaki

nearside

[ˈnɪəsaɪd] (Aut)
A. N (Brit) → lado m izquierdo; (most other countries) → lado m derecho
B. ADJ [door, verge, lane] (Brit) → de la izquierda; (most other countries) → de la derecha

nearside

[ˈnɪərsaɪd]
n
[right-hand drive] → côté m gauche
[left-hand drive] → côté m droit
adj
(right-hand drive)de gauche
(left-hand drive)de droitenear-sighted [ˌnɪərˈsaɪtɪd] adjmyope
to be near-sighted → être myopenear-sightedness [ˌnɪərˈsaɪtɪdnɪs] nmyopie f

nearside

[ˈnɪəˌsaɪd]
1. n (Aut) (right-hand drive) → lato sinistro; (left-hand drive) → lato destro
2. adj (see n) → sinistro/a; (XXX) → destro/a

near

(niə) adjective
1. not far away in place or time. The station is quite near; Christmas is getting near.
2. not far away in relationship. He is a near relation.
adverb
1. to or at a short distance from here or the place mentioned. He lives quite near.
2. (with to) close to. Don't sit too near to the window.
preposition
at a very small distance from (in place, time etc). She lives near the church; It was near midnight when they arrived.
verb
to come near (to). The roads became busier as they neared the town; as evening was nearing.
ˈnearly adverb
not far from; almost. nearly one o'clock; He has nearly finished.
ˈnearness noun
nearby (niəˈbai) adverb
close to here or the place mentioned. He lives nearby; a cottage with a stream running nearby.
ˈnearside adjective
(of the side of a vehicle etc) furthest from the centre of the road.
ˌnear-ˈsighted adjective
short-sighted.
a near miss
something that is almost a hit, success etc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Police said the Fiat was pushed into the nearside barrier.
Driving through a puddle on the nearside and aquaplaning on the nearside wheels could cause the car to veer into the kerb, she said.
Within the limitations of the system, the vehicle is automatically steered to the nearside and comes to a halt.
The incident, involving a car which will have a white nearside wing mirror missing, happened on the A1032 Tees Bridge Approach Road, about 100 metres before the Newport Bridge, in Stockton.
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The driver was seen to get out of the vehicle and check their nearside wing mirror before driving off again towards the Central Link Road.
The nearside of the moon has been studied for centuries, and yet continues to offer up surprises for scientists with the right tools," said Maria Zuber, principal investigator of NASA's GRAIL mission, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.
I drive along and there's a mother putting/removing the child from the car with the door wide open and taking up the rest of the nearside of the road.
Shortly before 9pm on Saturday, a black Ford Focus was travelling on the northbound carriageway of the A1 Western Bypass at Kenton, Newcastle, when, for reasons yet to be established, it left the carriageway to the nearside verge, resulting in the vehicle overturning.
The Central Motorway Police Group said the coach was reported to have broken down in the nearside lane of the M5 before it was struck by the heavy goods vehicle at about 6.
The thief smashed the nearside window of the car before reaching in and stealing an Apple iPod worth pounds 180.
A short distance after the roundabout by the Cottage Loaf, the front nearside wheel clipped a nearside kerb, causing the vehicle to move across the road.