Definition of 'aside'
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Sprinkle some salt on top then set aside. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You also need to set aside money for tax. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Set aside and leave to rest under foil. The Sun (2016)The presenter insisted that he was under no pressure to step aside. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Questions about his wealth are brushed aside. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So we put our troubles aside and get our work done first. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Set aside while you prepare the batter. The Sun (2017)The country has no money set aside for elderly care. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Do we just cast them aside and forget about them and think they're lost causes? Times, Sunday Times (2016)We always complain about being left aside. The Sun (2012) Set aside time for a partner who has exciting plans to share. The Sun (2013)Then drain well and set aside until almost ready to serve. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The many asides are another rich reward and ample reason of themselves to read this book. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You have to either move them aside or find a way over them. BE YOUR BEST: How Anyone can become Fit, Healthy and Confident (2002)Set aside and leave covered with a tea towel for two hours. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The two ministers he refers to stepped aside when allegations were brought against them. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They are also putting money aside to pay off the loan. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You should invest for the future and always put some money aside for a rainy day. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Set aside a few sprigs of coriander and chop the rest. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The quilt can be moved aside and the base used as a table. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The person is unwilling to step aside and allow the matter to move forward. Christianity Today (2000)You can set aside fixed ideas about the job you can do and discover something very different is right for you. The Sun (2008)Aside from negative comments, things like clothes shopping can be difficult. The Sun (2008)Quite aside from anything else, who does he think will attend? Times, Sunday Times (2011)And yet fashion quibbles aside, many of us are still getting it badly wrong. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Quite aside from anything else, the bad publicity! Times, Sunday Times (2014)But that aside, the book helps to redress a wrong. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Spoon into a small serving bowl, cover and leave aside in the fridge until ready to serve. The Sun (2013)A religion feeling secure in itself would brush such comments aside. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The character 's asides disrupt the flow of the action; his reminiscing monologues lack dynamism. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'aside'
British English: aside /əˈsaɪd/ ADVERB
If you move something aside, you move it to one side of you.
She closed the book and put it aside.
- American English: aside
- Arabic: جانِباً
- Brazilian Portuguese: de lado
- Chinese: 在旁边
- Croatian: sa strane
- Czech: stranoupryč
- Danish: til side
- Dutch: opzij
- European Spanish: a un lado
- Finnish: sivuun
- French: de côté
- German: beiseite
- Greek: δίπλα
- Italian: da parte
- Japanese: わきへ
- Korean: 한쪽으로
- Norwegian: side
- Polish: na bok
- European Portuguese: à parte
- Romanian: deoparte
- Russian: в сторону
- Spanish: a un lado
- Swedish: åt sidan
- Thai: ข้างๆ
- Turkish: kenar
- Ukrainian: убік
- Vietnamese: qua một bên
Definition of aside from the Collins English Dictionary
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