Synonyms of 'by'
The feast was served by his mother and sisters.
She was sitting in a rocking chair by the window.
We all knew by then that the affair was practically over.
in advance of
no later than
Large numbers of security police stood by.
idiom:by and by
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If you move something aside, you move it to one side of you.
She closed the book and laid it aside.
If you put or tidy something away, you put it where it should be. If you hide someone or something away, you put them in a place where nobody can see them or find them.
I put my journal away and prepared for bed.
Thesaurus for by from the Collins English Thesaurus