Definition of 'sideways'
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The power of emotion to knock anyone sideways is beyond dispute. Why am I Afraid to Grieve (1994)Now he could play directly to the green rather than losing a shot by going sideways. The Sun (2006)They sat before the fire on a bench and looked sideways at one another. The Tales of Beatrix Potter (1930)Turn your trunk sideways then lean forward with your hand towards the outside of the opposite foot. Times, Sunday Times (2007)When he glanced sideways in that tunnel there were no smiling faces in claret and blue. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There is not so much sideways movement. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Losing your son was the sort of tragedy that knocks many people sideways. The Sun (2012)But his shot went sideways across the face of goal. The Sun (2008)Continue to move and lunge sideways from one leg to the other. The Sun (2012)The first bouncer will provide much food for thought and sideways glances from one spectator to another. The Sun (2014)There are a lot of sideways glances. The Sun (2010)That means decent carry and maybe a touch of sideways movement. The Sun (2015)Consider having a career change or sideways move. The Sun (2011)She sipped from her glass and glanced sideways at me. Times, Sunday Times (2009)No one dealt well with the sideways movement that produced a multitude of edges. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Take one large step sideways to the right keeping your legs straight and without using your body for momentum. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It grows sideways rather than up. The Sun (2010)It would be a sideways thing, rather than downwards. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He can be seen running forward, sideways and backwards on a treadmill. The Sun (2011)You have suffered a terrible double blow and it's natural to feel knocked sideways. The Sun (2010)Place your left hand down and then twist your body and hips so that your legs come down over your head rather than sideways. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'sideways'
British English: sideways /ˈsaɪdˌweɪz/ ADVERB
Sideways means from or towards the side of something or someone.
Piercey glanced sideways at her.
- American English: sideways
- Arabic: مِنَ الـجَنْب
- Brazilian Portuguese: de lado
- Chinese: 斜侧
- Croatian: sa strane
- Czech: stranou
- Danish: sidelæns
- Dutch: zijdelings
- European Spanish: de lado
- Finnish: sivuttain
- French: de côté
- German: seitwärts
- Greek: πλάγια
- Italian: lateralmente
- Japanese: 横向きに
- Korean: 옆으로
- Norwegian: sideveis
- Polish: z ukosa
- European Portuguese: de lado
- Romanian: pieziș
- Russian: в сторону
- Spanish: de lado
- Swedish: från sidan
- Thai: มองไปด้านข้าง
- Turkish: yana doğru
- Ukrainian: збоку
- Vietnamese: sang một bên
Definition of sideways from the Collins English Dictionary
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