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side

 (sīd)
n.
1. Mathematics
a. A line bounding a plane figure.
b. A surface bounding a solid figure.
2.
a. A surface of an object, especially a surface joining a top and bottom: the four sides of a box.
b. A surface of an object that extends more or less perpendicularly from an observer standing in front: the side of the ship.
c. Either of the two surfaces of a thin, flat object: the front side of a piece of paper.
3.
a. The part within an object or area to the left or right of the observer or of its vertical axis.
b. The left or right half of the trunk of a human or animal body: always sleeps on his side; a side of beef.
4.
a. The space immediately next to someone: stood at her father's side.
b. The space immediately next to something. Often used in combination: courtside; dockside.
5. One of two or more contrasted parts or places within an area, identified by its location with respect to a center: the north side of the park.
6. An area separated from another area by an intervening feature, such as a line or barrier: on this side of the Atlantic; the district on the other side of the railroad tracks.
7.
a. One of two or more opposing individuals, groups, teams, or sets of opinions.
b. One of the positions maintained in a dispute or debate.
8. A distinct aspect: the shy side of his personality.
9. Line of descent: my aunt on my mother's side.
10. sides An incomplete script that shows the lines and cues of a single performer only.
11. Chiefly British In billiards, the spin given to a propelled ball by striking it off center.
adj.
1. Located on a side: a side door.
2. From or to one side; oblique: a side view.
3. Minor; incidental: a side interest.
4. In addition to the main part; supplementary: a side benefit.
v. sid·ed, sid·ing, sides
v.tr.
1. To provide sides or siding for: side a frame house with aluminum.
2. To be positioned next to: a couch that is sided by low tables.
v.intr.
To align oneself in a disagreement: sided with the conservatives in Congress; siding against the bill.
Phrasal Verb:
side out
Sports In volleyball, to gain the right to serve by winning a volley served by the opposing team.
Idioms:
on the side
1. In addition to the main portion: coleslaw on the side.
2. In addition to the main occupation or activity: did some consulting work on the side.
side by side
Next to each other; close together.
this side of Informal
Verging on; short of: shady deals that were just this side of criminal.

[Middle English, from Old English sīde.]

side

(saɪd)
n
1. a line or surface that borders anything
2. (Mathematics) geometry
a. any line segment forming part of the perimeter of a plane geometric figure
b. another name for face13
3. either of two parts into which an object, surface, area, etc, can be divided, esp by a line, median, space, etc: the right side and the left side.
4. either of the two surfaces of a flat object: the right and wrong side of the cloth.
5. a surface or part of an object that extends vertically: the side of a cliff.
6. (Anatomy) either half of a human or animal body, esp the area around the waist, as divided by the median plane: I have a pain in my side.
7. the area immediately next to a person or thing: he stood at her side.
8. a district, point, or direction within an area identified by reference to a central point: the south side of the city.
9. the area at the edge of a room, road, etc, as distinguished from the middle
10. aspect or part: look on the bright side; his cruel side.
11. one of two or more contesting factions, teams, etc
12. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a page in an essay, book, etc
13. a position, opinion, etc, held in opposition to another in a dispute
14. line of descent: he gets his brains from his mother's side.
15. (Broadcasting) informal a television channel
16. (Billiards & Snooker) billiards snooker spin imparted to a ball by striking it off-centre with the cue. US and Canadian equivalent: English
17. slang Brit insolence, arrogance, or pretentiousness: to put on side.
18. on one side set apart from the rest, as provision for emergencies, etc, or to avoid muddling
19. on the heavy side tending to be too heavy
20. on the side
a. apart from or in addition to the main object
b. as a sideline
c. US as a side dish
d. bit on the side See bit111
21. side by side
a. close together
b. (foll by with) beside or near to
22. take sides to support one group, opinion, etc, as against another
adj
23. being on one side; lateral
24. from or viewed as if from one side
25. directed towards one side
26. not main; subordinate or incidental: side door; side road.
vb
27. (usually foll by: with) to support or associate oneself with a faction, interest, etc
28. (Building) (tr) to provide with siding or sides
29. (tr; often foll by away or up) dialect Northern English to tidy up or clear (dishes, a table, etc)
[Old English sīde; related to sīd wide, Old Norse sītha side, Old High German sīta]

side

(saɪd)

n., adj., v. sid•ed, sid•ing. n.
1. one of the surfaces forming the outside of something, or one of the lines bounding a geometric figure.
2. either of the two broad surfaces of a thin flat object, as a door.
3. one of the lateral surfaces of an object, as opposed to the front, back, top, and bottom.
4. either of the two lateral parts or areas of a thing: the right side and the left side.
5. either lateral half of the body, esp. of the trunk.
6. the dressed, lengthwise half of an animal's body used for food.
7. an aspect; phase: all sides of a problem.
8. region, direction, or position with reference to a central line, space, or point: the east side of a city.
9. a slope, as of a hill.
10. one of two or more contesting teams or groups: Our side won the baseball game.
11. the position, course, or part of a person or group opposing another: I am on your side.
12. line of descent through either parent.
13. the space immediately adjacent: Stand at my side.
14. a side dish, esp. in a restaurant.
15. Usu., sides. pages of a script containing only the lines and cues of a specific role.
16. Billiards. English (def. 5a).
17. Chiefly Brit. affected manner.
adj.
18. being at or on one side.
19. coming from or directed toward one side.
20. subordinate; incidental: a side issue.
v.i.
21. side with (or against), to support (or oppose), as in an argument or other dispute.
Idioms:
1. on the side, in addition to some primary thing.
2. take sides, to support one participant in a dispute rather than another.
[before 900; Old English sīde, c. Old Frisian, Old Saxon sīde, Old High German sīta, Old Norse sītha]

Side

 either team in a sporting or other competitive contest, 1698.

side


Past participle: sided
Gerund: siding

Imperative
side
side
Present
I side
you side
he/she/it sides
we side
you side
they side
Preterite
I sided
you sided
he/she/it sided
we sided
you sided
they sided
Present Continuous
I am siding
you are siding
he/she/it is siding
we are siding
you are siding
they are siding
Present Perfect
I have sided
you have sided
he/she/it has sided
we have sided
you have sided
they have sided
Past Continuous
I was siding
you were siding
he/she/it was siding
we were siding
you were siding
they were siding
Past Perfect
I had sided
you had sided
he/she/it had sided
we had sided
you had sided
they had sided
Future
I will side
you will side
he/she/it will side
we will side
you will side
they will side
Future Perfect
I will have sided
you will have sided
he/she/it will have sided
we will have sided
you will have sided
they will have sided
Future Continuous
I will be siding
you will be siding
he/she/it will be siding
we will be siding
you will be siding
they will be siding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been siding
you have been siding
he/she/it has been siding
we have been siding
you have been siding
they have been siding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been siding
you will have been siding
he/she/it will have been siding
we will have been siding
you will have been siding
they will have been siding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been siding
you had been siding
he/she/it had been siding
we had been siding
you had been siding
they had been siding
Conditional
I would side
you would side
he/she/it would side
we would side
you would side
they would side
Past Conditional
I would have sided
you would have sided
he/she/it would have sided
we would have sided
you would have sided
they would have sided
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.side - a place within a region identified relative to a center or reference locationside - a place within a region identified relative to a center or reference location; "they always sat on the right side of the church"; "he never left my side"
region, part - the extended spatial location of something; "the farming regions of France"; "religions in all parts of the world"; "regions of outer space"
bedside - space by the side of a bed (especially the bed of a sick or dying person); "the doctor stood at her bedside"
blind side - the side on which your vision is limited or obstructed
dockside - the region adjacent to a boat dock
east side - the side that is on the east
hand - a position given by its location to the side of an object; "objections were voiced on every hand"
north side - the side that is on the north
shipside - the part of a wharf that is next to a ship
south side - the side that is on the south
west side - the side that is on the west
2.side - one of two or more contesting groups; "the Confederate side was prepared to attack"
game - a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"
war, warfare - the waging of armed conflict against an enemy; "thousands of people were killed in the war"
political science, politics, government - the study of government of states and other political units
social unit, unit - an organization regarded as part of a larger social group; "the coach said the offensive unit did a good job"; "after the battle the soldier had trouble rejoining his unit"
3.side - either the left or right half of a body; "he had a pain in his side"
animal, animate being, beast, creature, fauna, brute - a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
human, human being, homo, man - any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae characterized by superior intelligence, articulate speech, and erect carriage
region, area - a part of an animal that has a special function or is supplied by a given artery or nerve; "in the abdominal region"
torso, trunk, body - the body excluding the head and neck and limbs; "they moved their arms and legs and bodies"
4.side - a surface forming part of the outside of an object; "he examined all sides of the crystal"; "dew dripped from the face of the leaf"
beam-ends - (nautical) at the ends of the transverse deck beams of a vessel; "on her beam-ends" means heeled over on the side so that the deck is almost vertical
bottom, underside, undersurface - the lower side of anything
forepart, front, front end - the side that is forward or prominent
lee side, leeward, lee - the side of something that is sheltered from the wind
windward - the side of something that is toward the wind
back end, backside, rear - the side of an object that is opposite its front; "his room was toward the rear of the hotel"
surface - the extended two-dimensional outer boundary of a three-dimensional object; "they skimmed over the surface of the water"; "a brush small enough to clean every dental surface"; "the sun has no distinct surface"
top side, upper side, upside, top - the highest or uppermost side of anything; "put your books on top of the desk"; "only the top side of the box was painted"
5.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"
beam - the broad side of a ship; "they sighted land on the port beam"
broadside - the whole side of a vessel from stem to stern; "the ship was broadside to the dock"
edge - a sharp side formed by the intersection of two surfaces of an object; "he rounded the edges of the box"
front - the side that is seen or that goes first
larboard, port - the left side of a ship or aircraft to someone who is aboard and facing the bow or nose
nearside - the side of a vehicle nearest the kerb
obverse - the side of a coin or medal bearing the principal stamp or design
back, rear - the side that goes last or is not normally seen; "he wrote the date on the back of the photograph"
verso, reverse - the side of a coin or medal that does not bear the principal design
sidewall - the side of an automobile tire; "the car had white sidewalls"
soffit - the underside of a part of a building (such as an arch or overhang or beam etc.)
starboard - the right side of a ship or aircraft to someone who is aboard and facing the bow or nose
surface - the outer boundary of an artifact or a material layer constituting or resembling such a boundary; "there is a special cleaner for these surfaces"; "the cloth had a pattern of red dots on a white surface"
upper surface - the side that is uppermost
6.side - an aspect of something (as contrasted with some other implied aspect); "he was on the heavy side"; "he is on the purchasing side of the business"; "it brought out his better side"
aspect, facet - a distinct feature or element in a problem; "he studied every facet of the question"
downside - a negative aspect of something that is generally positive; "there is a downside even to motherhood"
hand - one of two sides of an issue; "on the one hand..., but on the other hand..."
7.side - a line segment forming part of the perimeter of a plane figure; "the hypotenuse of a right triangle is always the longest side"
line - a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent
8.side - a family line of descent; "he gets his brains from his father's side"
blood line, bloodline, ancestry, lineage, pedigree, stemma, line of descent, parentage, blood, origin, descent, stock, line - the descendants of one individual; "his entire lineage has been warriors"
9.side - a lengthwise dressed half of an animal's carcass used for food
cut of meat, cut - a piece of meat that has been cut from an animal carcass
side of beef - dressed half of a beef carcass
side of pork - dressed half of a hog carcass
10.side - an opinion that is held in opposition to another in an argument or dispute; "there are two sides to every question"
opinion, view - a message expressing a belief about something; the expression of a belief that is held with confidence but not substantiated by positive knowledge or proof; "his opinions appeared frequently on the editorial page"
11.side - an elevated geological formationside - an elevated geological formation; "he climbed the steep slope"; "the house was built on the side of a mountain"
acclivity, ascent, climb, upgrade, raise, rise - an upward slope or grade (as in a road); "the car couldn't make it up the rise"
bank - sloping land (especially the slope beside a body of water); "they pulled the canoe up on the bank"; "he sat on the bank of the river and watched the currents"
camber, cant, bank - a slope in the turn of a road or track; the outside is higher than the inside in order to reduce the effects of centrifugal force
canyonside - the steeply sloping side of a canyon
coast - a slope down which sleds may coast; "when it snowed they made a coast on the golf course"
declivity, downslope, declination, declension, fall, decline, descent - a downward slope or bend
escarpment, scarp - a long steep slope or cliff at the edge of a plateau or ridge; usually formed by erosion
geological formation, formation - (geology) the geological features of the earth
hillside - the side or slope of a hill
mountainside, versant - the side or slope of a mountain; "conifer forests cover the eastern versant"
natural elevation, elevation - a raised or elevated geological formation
piedmont - a gentle slope leading from the base of a mountain to a region of flat land
ski slope - a snow-covered slope for skiing
12.side - (sports) the spin given to a ball by striking it on one side or releasing it with a sharp twist
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
spin - a swift whirling motion (usually of a missile)
Verb1.side - take sides for or against; "Who are you widing with?"; "I"m siding against the current candidate"
array, align - align oneself with a group or a way of thinking
root for, pull - take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for; "We all rooted for the home team"; "I'm pulling for the underdog"; "Are you siding with the defender of the title?"
Adj.1.side - located on a side; "side fences"; "the side porch"
bottom - situated at the bottom or lowest position; "the bottom drawer"
top - situated at the top or highest position; "the top shelf"

side

noun
1. border, margin, boundary, verge, flank, rim, perimeter, periphery, extremity, edge Park at the side of the road.
border centre, heart, middle, core
2. face, surface, plane, facet The copier only copies onto one side of the paper.
3. half, part the right side of your face
4. district, area, region, quarter, sector, neighbourhood, vicinity, locality, locale, neck of the woods (informal) He lives on the south side of Edinburgh.
5. party, camp, faction, cause Both sides appealed for a new ceasefire.
6. point of view, viewpoint, position, opinion, angle, slant, way of thinking, standpoint those with the ability to see all sides of a question
7. team, squad, crew, line-up Italy were the better side.
8. aspect, feature, angle, facet He is in charge of the civilian side of the UN mission.
side by side shoulder to shoulder, abreast, alongside each other, cheek by jowl We're usually working side by side with the men.
side with someone support, back, champion, agree with, stand up for, second, prefer, favour, defend, team up with (informal), go along with, befriend, join with, sympathize with, be loyal to, take the part of, associate yourself with, ally yourself with They side with the forces of evil.
Related words
adjective lateral
Proverbs
"There are two sides to every question"

side

noun
1. One of two or more contrasted parts or places identified by its location with respect to a center:
2. One of two or more opposing opinions, actions, or attitudes, as in a disagreement:
3. The particular angle from which something is considered:
verb
To furnish with a covering of a different material:
phrasal verb
side with
To aid the cause of by approving or favoring:
Idioms: align oneself with, go to bat for, take the part of.
Translations
جانِبجانِب الجِسِمجانِب، جِهَهجانِبيجَنْب
stranasvahbokčástčtvrť
side
paĝo
طرف
puolisivureunakantti
stranasuprotna stranabok
oldal
auka-blaðsíðahliîhlíî, brekkahliî; hinum megin; sömu megin
チーム
가장자리측면
pagina
į šonąįkypaspaleipašalinis darbaspasitraukti į šoną
blakus-daļamalanogāzepuse
faţălatură
ploskevstranstranica
bokstranastranica
sidasidor
ด้านฝ่าย
cạnhđội

side

[saɪd]
A. N
1. [of person] → lado m, costado m
at or by sb's side (lit) → al lado de algn (fig) → en apoyo a algn
the assistant was at or by his sideel ayudante estaba a su lado
he had the telephone by his sidetenía el teléfono a su lado
by the side ofal lado de
to sit by sb's sideestar sentado al lado de algn
side by sideuno al lado del otro
we sat side by sidenos sentamos uno al lado del otro
to sit side by side with sbestar sentado al lado de algn
to sleep on one's sidedormir de costado
to split one's sidesdesternillarse de risa
2. [of animal] → ijar m, ijada f
side of bacon/beef (Culin) → lonja f de tocino/vaca or (LAm) res
3. (= edge) [of box, square, building etc] → lado m; [of boat, vehicle] → costado m; [of hill] → ladera f, falda f; [of lake] → orilla f; [of road, pond] → borde m
a house on the side of a mountainuna casa en la ladera de una montaña
by the side of the lakea la orilla del lago
the car was abandoned at the side of the roadel coche estaba abandonado al borde de la carretera
on the other side of the roadal otro lado de la calle
he was driving on the wrong side of the roadiba por el lado contrario de la carretera
4. (= face, surface) [of box, solid figure, paper, record etc] → cara f
please write on both sides of the paperescribir en ambas caras del papel
play side Apon la cara A
what's on the other side? [of record] → ¿qué hay a la vuelta?
right side upboca arriba
wrong side upboca abajo
to be wrong side outestar al revés
let's look at the other side of the coinveamos el revés de la medalla
these are two sides of the same coinson dos caras de la misma moneda
the other side of the pictureel reverso de la medalla
5. (= aspect) → lado m, aspecto m
to see only one side of the questionver sólo un lado or aspecto de la cuestión
to hear both sides of the questionescuchar los argumentos en pro y en contra
on one side ..., on the otherpor una parte ..., por otra ...
6. (= part) → lado m
from all sidesde todas partes, de todos lados
on all sidespor todas partes, por todos lados
on both sidespor ambos lados
to look on the bright sideser optimista
from every sidede todas partes, de todos lados
the left-hand sideel lado izquierdo
on the mother's sidepor parte de la madre
to make a bit (of money) on the sideganar algún dinero extra, hacer chapuzas (Sp)
to move to one sideapartarse, ponerse de lado
to take sb on or to one sideapartar a algn
to put sth to or on one side (for sb)guardar algo (para algn)
leaving that to one side for the moment,dejando eso a un lado por ahora, ...
it's the other side of Illescasestá más allá de Illescas
to be on the right side of 30no haber cumplido los 30 años
to be on the right side of sbcaerle bien a algn
to get on the right side of sbprocurar congraciarse con algn
to keep on the right side of sbcongraciarse or quedar bien con algn
the right-hand sideel lado derecho
it's on the right-hand sideestá a mano derecha
to be on the safe sidepara estar seguro ..., por si acaso ...
let's be on the safe sideatengámonos a lo más seguro
it's this side of Segoviaestá más acá de Segovia
it won't happen this side of Christmasno será antes de Navidades
from side to sidede un lado a otro
to be on the wrong side of 30haber cumplido los 30 años
to be on the wrong side of sbcaerle mal a algn
to get on the wrong side of sbponerse a malas con algn
to get out of bed on the wrong sidelevantarse con el pie izquierdo
7. (fig)
the weather's on the cold sideel tiempo es algo frío
it's a bit on the large sidees algo or (LAm) tantito grande
the results are on the poor sidelos resultados son más bien mediocres
8. (= team) (Sport) → equipo m
to change sidespasar al otro bando; (opinion) → cambiar de opinión
to choose sidesseleccionar el equipo
to let the side down (Sport) → dejar caer a los suyos (fig) → decepcionar
he's on our side (fig) → es de los nuestros
whose side are you on?¿a quiénes apoyas?
I'm on your sideyo estoy de tu parte
with a few concessions on the government sidecon algunas concesiones por parte del gobierno
to be on the side of sth/sbser partidario de algo/algn
to have age/justice on one's sidetener la juventud/la justicia de su lado
our side wonganaron los nuestros
to pick sidesseleccionar el equipo
to take sides (with sb)tomar partido (con algn)
to take sb's sideponerse de parte de algn
9. (Pol) (= party) → partido m
10. (Brit) (= conceit, superiority) → tono m, postín m
there's no side about or to him; he's got no sideno presume, no se da aires de superioridad
to put on sidedarse tono
B. VI (in argument)
to side against sbtomar el partido contrario a algn, alinearse con los que se oponen a algn
to side with sbponerse de parte de algn
I'm siding with nobodyyo no tomo partido
C. CPD side arms NPLarmas fpl de cinto
side dish Nplato m adicional (servido con el principal)
side door Npuerta f de al lado
side drum Ntamboril m
side effect Nefecto m secundario
side entrance Nentrada f lateral
side glance Nmirada f de soslayo
side issue Ncuestión f secundaria
side plate Nplatito m (para el pan, ensalada, etc)
side road Ncarretera f secundaria
side saddle Nsilla f de amazona
see also side-saddle side street Ncalle f lateral
side table Ntrinchero m
side view Nperfil m
side whiskers NPLpatillas fpl

side

[ˈsaɪd]
n
[person] → côté m; [animal] → flanc m
to lie on one's side → être couché(e) sur le côté
She lay on her side with her back to me → Elle était couchée sur le côté et me tournait le dos.
to lie on its side [animal, boat] → être couché(e) sur le flanc
She never left my side → Elle est restée tout le temps à mes côtés.
side by side [sit, stand] → côte à côte
to work side by side → travailler côte à côte
We have worked together side by side for many years → Nous avons travaillé côte à côte pendant de nombreuses années.
side by side with → côte à côte avec
to get on the right side of sb → se faire bien voir de qn
to get on the wrong side of sb → se faire mal voir de qn
(= position or area to the right or left) → côté m
On one side of the entrance there's a plaque → Sur l'un des côtés de l'entrée, il y a une plaque.
to the side of sth → à côté de qch
To the side of the large star is a smaller star → À côté de la grosse étoile se trouve une étoile plus petite.
to stand to one side → se tenir sur le côté
to put sth to one side, to put sth on one side → mettre qch de côté
to take sb to one side → prendre qn à part
from all sides → de tous côtés
from side to side → d'un côté à l'autre
on the side (= in addition to main job) → en à-côté
to earn extra money on the side → faire des à-côtés
ways of earning extra money on the side
BUT des moyens d'arrondir ses fins de mois.des moyens de faire des à-côtés (= secretly) → en douce
He has a girlfriend on the side
BUT Il a une maîtresse. (mainly US) (= with main dish) → en accompagnement
to serve sth on the side → servir qch en accompagnement
Serve a bowl of warm tomato sauce on the side
BUT Servez avec un bol de sauce tomate chaude.
(= half) → côté m
He rolled back to his side of the bed → Il se retourna de son côté du lit.
He was driving on the wrong side of the road → Il roulait du mauvais côté de la route.
The streets had houses on both sides → Il y avait des maisons des deux côtés de la rue.
the right side of one's face → le côté droit du visage
the left side of the brain
BUT la partie gauche du cerveau.
(= not top or bottom) [building, vehicle, box] → côté m
We put a notice on the side of the box → Nous avons mis des instructions sur le côté de la boîte.
There was a stone staircase against the side of the house → Il y avait un escalier en pierre sur le côté de la maison.
to lie on its side (= be tipped over) → être renversé(e)
A carton of milk lay on its side → Un carton de lait était renversé.
[mountain, hill] → versant m
(= inside surface) [dish, container] → bord m; [ravine, valley] → versant m
Lightly grease the sides of the dish → Beurrez légèrement les bords du plat.
It was a narrow valley with steep sides
BUT C'était une vallée encaissée.C'était une vallée étroite aux versants très raides.
(= edge) [lake, road] → bord m
by the side of the road → au bord de la route
by the side of the lake → au bord du lac
by the side of the bed → à côté du lit
She was kneeling by the side of the bed → Elle était agenouillée à côté du lit.
(= surface of flat object) [fabric, paper, record, steak] → côté m
on the other side → au verso, de l'autre côté
What does the leaflet say on the other side?
BUT Que dit le papillon au verso?.Que dit le papillon de l'autre côté?
the right side [fabric, paper] → le bon côté
the wrong side [fabric, paper] → le mauvais côté
(= page) → page f
I wrote three sides → J'ai écrit trois pages.
(MATHEMATICS) [solid, cube, shape, triangle] → côté m
(= person or group of people) (in dispute, war, argument)camp m
They made a fortune by selling arms to both sides → Ils ont gagné une fortune en vendant des armes aux deux camps.
to be on sb's side → être du côté de qn
He's on my side → Il est de mon côté.
They are on our side → Ils sont de notre côté.
to have sth on one's side (in one's favour)avoir qch pour soi
He has youth on his side → Il a la jeunesse pour lui.
to take sb's side → prendre le parti de qn
She always takes his side → Elle prend toujours son parti.
to take sides → prendre parti
(British) (SPORT) (= team) → équipe f
to let the side down → ne pas faire honneur aux siens
(= point of view) [argument, question] → côté m
He has the ability to see all sides of a question → Il a la capacité d'envisager tous les côtés d'une question.
(= aspect) → côté m
One has to think of the practical side of things → On doit penser au côté pratique des choses.
She can't see the funny side of things → Elle ne voit pas le côté drôle des choses.
He has a puritanical side to him → Il a un côté puritain.
always look on the bright side of life → il faut toujours voir la vie du bon côté, il faut toujours voir le bon côté de la vie
it's on the big side → c'est un peu grand
it's on the small side → c'est un peu petit
[pork, beef, lamb] → longe f
a side of beef → une longe de bœuf
half a side of beef → une demi-longe de bœuf
modif
[door, entrance] → latéral(e); [lighting, pocket, room] → latéral(e)
[benefit] → secondaire side effect, side issue
vi
to side with sb → prendre le parti de qn, se ranger du côté de qn

side

n
(= wall, vertical surface, of car, box, hole, ditch) → Seite f; (of cave, artillery trench, mining shaft, boat, caravan)Wand f; (of cliff, mountain)Hang m; the sides of the hilldie Berghänge pl
(= flat surface, line: of triangle, cube, coin, paper, material, record) → Seite f; this side up! (on parcel etc) → oben!; right/wrong side (of cloth)rechte/linke Seite; this pillowcase is right/wrong side outdieser Kopfkissenbezug ist rechts/links (herum)
(= edge)Rand m; at the side of the roadam Straßenrand; the body was found on the far side of the wooddie Leiche wurde am anderen Ende des Waldes gefunden; at or on the side of his plateauf dem Tellerrand
(= not back or front, area to one side)Seite f; by/at the side of somethingseitlich von etw; the destroyer rammed the side of the boatder Zerstörer rammte das Boot seitlich; to drive on the left(-hand) sideauf der linken Straßenseite fahren; the path goes down the side of the houseder Weg führt seitlich am Haus entlang; it’s this/the other side of London (out of town) → es ist auf dieser/auf der anderen Seite Londons; (in town) → es ist in diesem Teil/am anderen Ende von London; the south/respectable side of Glasgowder südliche/vornehme Teil Glasgows; the debit/credit side of an accountdie Soll-/Habenseite eines Kontos; the enemy attacked them on or from all sidesder Feind griff sie von allen Seiten an; this statement was attacked on or from all sidesdiese Behauptung wurde von allen angegriffen; he moved over or stood to one sideer trat zur Seite; the car moved to one side of the road and stoppedder Wagen fuhr seitlich heran und hielt; he stood to one side and did nothing (lit)er stand daneben und tat nichts; (fig)er hielt sich raus; to put something on one sideetw beiseitelegen or auf die Seite legen; (shopkeeper) → etw zurücklegen; I’ll put that issue on or to one sideich werde diese Frage vorerst zurückstellen; to take somebody to or on one sidejdn beiseitenehmen; just this side of the boundary (lit)(noch) diesseits der Grenze; (fig)gerade an der Grenze; on the other side of the boundaryjenseits der Grenze; this side of Christmasvor Weihnachten; just this side of legal (inf)am Rande der Legalität; just this side of the line between sanity and madnessgerade an der Grenze zum Wahnsinn; with one’s head on one sidemit zur Seite geneigtem Kopf; from side to sidehin und her; to shake one’s head from side to sideden Kopf schütteln
to be on the safe sidesichergehen; we’ll take an extra £50 just to be on the safe sidewir werden vorsichtshalber or für alle Fälle £ 50 mehr mitnehmen; to get on the right side of somebodyjdn für sich einnehmen; to stay on the right side of somebodyes (→ sich dat) → mit jdm nicht verderben; to get on the wrong side of somebodyes (→ sich dat) → mit jdm verderben; to be on the right/wrong side of 40noch nicht 40/über 40 sein; on the right side of the lawauf dem Boden des Gesetzes; only just on the right side of the lawan der Grenze der Legalität; to make a bit (of money) on the side (inf)sich (dat)etwas nebenher or nebenbei verdienen (inf); to have a bit on the side (inf)einen Seitensprung machen; (for longer) → noch nebenher etwas laufen haben (inf); I’m not going to be your bit on the side (inf)ich will nicht deine Nebenfrau/dein Nebenmann sein (inf)
(of person, Anat) → Seite f; side of baconSpeckseite f; by somebody’s sideneben jdm; side by sidenebeneinander, Seite an Seite; to stand/sit side by side with somebodydirekt neben jdm stehen/sitzen; to fight side by side with somebodySeite an Seite mit jdm kämpfen; I’ll be by your side (fig)ich werde Ihnen zur Seite stehen; to hold one’s sides (with laughter) → sich (dat)den Bauch halten (vor Lachen) ? split
(= branch, of family) → Seite f; (of business, school)Zweig m; the Catholic/intellectual side of the familyder katholische Teil/die Intelligenz der Familie; on one’s father’s/mother’s sideväterlicher-/mütterlicherseits; there’s French blood on the paternal/maternal sidevon väterlicher/mütterlicher Seite ist französisches Blut da
(= aspect)Seite f; there are always two sides to every storyalles hat seine zwei Seiten; let’s hear your side of the storyerzählen Sie mal Ihre Version (der Geschichte); the management’s side of the story was quite differentdie Geschichte hörte sich vonseiten or von Seiten des Managements ganz anders an; to hear both sides of the questionbei einer Frage beide Seiten (an-)hören; the bright/seamy side of lifedie Sonnen-/Schattenseite des Lebens; to look on the bright side (= be optimistic)zuversichtlich sein; (= look on the positive side)die positive Seite betrachten; you don’t know his cruel sideSie kennen ihn nicht von seiner grausamen Seite
(a bit) on the large/high/formal etc sideetwas groß/hoch/förmlich etc; (for somebody) → etwas zu groß/hoch/förmlich etc; he errs on the side of generosityer ist eher etwas zu großzügig
(= team etc, Sport, in quiz) → Mannschaft f; (fig)Seite f; there are two sides in the disputein dem Streit stehen sich zwei Parteien gegenüber; the management side refused to give indie Managementseite weigerte sich nachzugeben; with a few concessions on the government sidemit einigen Zugeständnissen vonseiten or von Seiten der Regierung; to change sidessich auf die andere Seite schlagen; (Sport) → die Seiten wechseln; to take sidesparteiisch sein; to take sides with somebodyfür jdn Partei ergreifen; he’s on our sideer steht auf unserer Seite; whose side are you on? (supporting team) → für wen sind Sie?; (playing for team) → bei wem spielen Sie mit?; (in argument) → zu wem halten Sie eigentlich? ? angel
(dated inf: = superiority) there’s no side to himer sitzt nicht auf dem hohen Ross; to put on sidesich aufplustern
adj attr (= on one side)Seiten-; (= not main)Neben-; side doorSeiten-/Nebentür f; side roadSeiten-/Nebenstraße f
vi to side with/against somebodyPartei für/gegen jdn ergreifen

side

:
side airbag
n (Aut) → Seitenairbag m
side aisle
n (of church)Seitenschiff nt
side arm
nan der Seite getragene Waffe; (= sword etc)Seitenwaffe f
sideboard
nAnrichte f, → Sideboard nt
sideboards (Brit), sideburns
plKoteletten pl; (longer) → Backenbart m
sidecar
nBeiwagen m; (esp Sport) → Seitenwagen m

side

:
side dish
nBeilage f
side drum
side effect
nNebenwirkung f
side elevation
nSeitenansicht f, → Seitenriss m
side face
nSeitenansicht f, → Profil nt
side glance
n (lit, fig)Seitenblick m
side horse
n (apparatus gymnastics) → Seitpferd nt
side impact protection system
n (Aut) → Seitenaufprallschutz m
side issue
nRandproblem nt; that’s just a sidedas ist Nebensache
sidekick
n (inf)Kumpan(in) m(f) (inf), → Kumpel m (inf); (= assistant)Handlanger(in) m(f) (pej); the rancher and his sidesder Farmer und seine Leute
sidelight
n (Brit Aut) → Parklicht nt, → Parkleuchte f; (incorporated in headlight) → Standlicht nt; that was an interesting side on his characterdas warf ein neues Licht auf seinen Charakter
sideline
n (= extra business)Nebenerwerb m; it’s just a sidedas läuft so nebenher (inf); to do something as a sideetw nebenher or nebenbei tun
vt to be sided (Sport, fig) → aus dem Rennen sein
sidelines
plSeitenlinien pl; the trainer sat on the sideder Trainer saß am Spielfeldrand; to keep to the side (fig)im Hintergrund bleiben; to be or stand or sit on the side (fig)unbeteiligter Außenstehender or Zuschauer sein
sidelong
adj a side glanceein Seitenblick m; to give somebody a side glancejdn kurz aus den Augenwinkeln anblicken
adv to glance side at somebodyjdn kurz aus den Augenwinkeln anblicken
side netting
n (Sport: of goal) → Außennetz nt
side-on
adj side collision or crashSeitenaufprall m; side viewSeitenansicht f
side order
n (Cook) → Beilage f

side

:
side-saddle
nDamensattel m
advim Damensattel or Damensitz
adj riderim Damensattel; she was a wonderful side ridersie ritt vorzüglich im Damensattel
side salad
nSalat m(als Beilage)
sideshow
nNebenvorstellung f; (= exhibition)Sonderausstellung f
sideslip
n (Aviat) → Slippen nt, → Seitenrutsch m

side

:
side-splitting
adjurkomisch, zum Totlachen (inf)
side step
nSchritt mzur Seite; (Dancing) → Seitenschritt m; (Sport) → Ausfallschritt m; (fig: = dodge) → Ausweichmanöver nt; a master of the dribble and sideein Meister im Dribbeln und Ausweichen
sidestep
vt tackle, punch(seitwärts) ausweichen (+dat); personausweichen (+dat); (fig)ausweichen (+dat), → umgehen
vi(seitwärts or zur Seite) ausweichen; (fig)ausweichen, ausweichende Antworten geben
side street
sidestroke
nSeitenschwimmen nt; to do the sideseitenschwimmen
sideswipe
nPuff m (inf); (fig)Seitenhieb m(at gegen); to take a side at somebody (lit)jdm einen Puff geben (inf); (verbally) → jdm einen Seitenhieb versetzen
side table
sidetrack
n (esp US) = siding
vtablenken; I got sideed onto something elseich wurde durch irgendetwas abgelenkt; (from topic) → ich wurde irgendwie vom Thema abgebracht or auf ein anderes Thema gebracht; she’s easily sideedsie lässt sich leicht ablenken
side view
nSeitenansicht f; to have a side of somethingetw von der Seite sehen; I just caught a side of her headich konnte sie nur kurz im Profil sehen
sidewalk
n (US) → Bürgersteig m, → Gehsteig m, → Trottoir nt (S Ger)
sidewalk artist
n (US) → Pflastermaler(in) m(f)
sidewalk café
n (US) → Straßencafé nt
sidewall
nSeitenwand f
sideward
adj = sidewards ADJ

side

:
sidewheeler
n (US: = paddle steamer) → Raddampfer m
side wind
nSeitenwind m
side whiskers
plBackenbart m
sidewinder
n
(US: = blow) → Haken m
(= rattlesnake)Seitenwinder m, → gehörnte Klapperschlange

side

[saɪd]
1. n
a. (of person, animal) → fianco
side of beef → quarto di bue
at or by sb's side → al fianco di qn, accanto a qn
side by side (people) → fianco a fianco (objects) → uno/a accanto all'altro/a
b. (edge, of box, square) → lato; (of buildings) → fianco, lato; (of boat, vehicle) → fiancata; (of ship) → murata, fianco; (of lake) → riva; (of road) → bordo, ciglio
c. (face, surface, gen) → faccia; (of paper) → facciata; (of slice of bread) → lato (fig) (aspect) → aspetto, lato
the right/wrong side → il dritto/rovescio
the other side of the coin (fig) → il rovescio della medaglia
to hear both sides of the question → sentire tutt'e due le campane
d. (part) → parte f
from all sides, from every side → da ogni parte
from side to side → da una parte all'altra
to move to one side → scostarsi, farsi or tirarsi da (una) parte
to take sb on one side → prendere qn da parte or in disparte
to put sth to or on one side (for sb) → mettere qc da parte (per qn)
on the mother's side → per parte di madre
to be on the wrong/right side of 30 → aver/non aver superato la trentina
to get on the wrong/right side of sb → prendere qn per il verso sbagliato/giusto
on this side of town → da questa parte della città
it's a bit on the large side → è un po' abbondante
to make a bit (of money) on the side (fam) → farsi un po' di soldi extra
e. (Sport) (team) → squadra (Pol) (faction) → parte f
the other side → la parte opposta
God is on our side → Dio è con noi
to be on sb's side → essere dalla parte di or con qn
to be on the side of moderation → essere per la moderazione
to have age/the law on one's side → avere l'età/la legge dalla propria (parte)
to pick or choose sides → formare le squadre
to take sides → prendere posizione
to take sides with sb → schierarsi con qn
to let the side down (Sport) (fig) → deludere le aspettative di qn
2. vi to side with sbprendere le parti di qn, parteggiare per qn
3. adj (door, entrance) → laterale
a side issue → una questione secondaria
side against vt + prepschierarsi contro

side

(said) noun
1. (the ground beside) an edge, border or boundary line. He walked round the side of the field; He lives on the same side of the street as me.
2. a surface of something. A cube has six sides.
3. one of the two of such surfaces which are not the top, bottom, front, or back. There is a label on the side of the box.
4. either surface of a piece of paper, cloth etc. Don't waste paper – write on both sides!
5. the right or left part of the body. I've got a pain in my side.
6. a part or division of a town etc. He lives on the north side of the town.
7. a slope (of a hill). a mountain-side.
8. a point of view; an aspect. We must look at all sides of the problem.
9. a party, team etc which is opposing another. Whose side are you on?; Which side is winning?
adjective
additional, but less important. a side issue.
-side
(the ground etc beside) the edge of something. He walked along the dockside/quayside; a roadside café.
-sided
having (a certain number or type of) sides. a four-sided figure.
ˈsidelong adjective, adverb
from or to the side; not directly. a sidelong glance; He glanced sidelong.
ˈsideways adjective, adverb
to or towards one side. He moved sideways; a sideways movement.
ˈsideburns noun plural
the usually short hair grown on the side of a man's face in front of the ears.
side effect
an additional (often bad) effect of a drug etc. These pills have unpleasant side effects.
ˈsidelight noun
a light fixed to the side, or at the side of the front or back, of a car, boat etc. He switched his sidelights on when it began to get dark.
ˈsideline noun
1. a business etc carried on outside one's regular job or activity. He runs a mail-order business as a sideline.
2. the line marking one of the long edges of a football pitch etc.
ˈsidelines noun plural
the position or point of view of a person not actually taking part in a sport, argument etc. He threw in the occasional suggestion from the sidelines.
side road
a small, minor road.
ˈsidesteppast tense, past participle ˈsidestepped verb
1. to step to one side. He sidestepped as his attacker tried to grab him.
2. to avoid. to sidestep a problem.
ˈside-street noun
a small, minor street. The man ran down a side-street and disappeared.
ˈsidetrack verb
to turn (a person) aside from what he was about to do. I intended to write letters this evening, but was sidetracked into going to the pictures instead.
ˈsidewalk noun
(American) a pavement or footpath.
from all sides
from every direction. People were running towards him from all sides.
on all sides
all around. With enemies on all sides, we were trapped.
side by side
beside one another; close together. They walked along the street side by side.
side with
to give support to in an argument etc. Don't side with him against us!
take sides
to choose to support a particular opinion, group etc against another. Everybody in the office took sides in the dispute.

side

جانِب, جَنْب, فَرِيق bok, družstvo, strana side Seite πλευρά equipo, lado, parte puoli, reuna, sivu bord, côté, équipe strana, suprotna strana lato, parte チーム, 側, 辺 가장자리, 측면, 편 partij, zijde, zijkant motstander, side bok, strona lado, parte соперники, сторона sida, sidor ด้าน, ฝ่าย kenar, taraf cạnh, đội , ,

side

n. lado, costado;
by the ___ ofal ___ de;
right ______ derecho;
left ______ izquierdo;
___ effectefecto secundario, reacción gen. adversa a un medicamento, tratamiento o droga.

side

n lado, (anat) costado; on your father's side..por el lado de su padre; to sleep on one's — dormir de lado or costado
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