aside

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/əˈsaɪd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/əˈsaɪd/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ə sīd)


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aside

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adv
  1. aside from being the [only, best, least]
  2. aside from not having enough (experience)
  3. aside from (having) [a few, some] minor errors
  4. aside from [that], I cannot think of anything
  5. aside from [that], nothing occurs to me
  6. [put, keep] that aside for now
  7. put his book aside and [got, stood] up
  8. set (it) aside to cool
  9. set aside money for [school, a rainy day, an emergency]
  10. set aside our differences and [get along, work together]
  11. [pulled, took] me aside to [ask, propose that]
  12. pulled me aside at the [dinner, party]
  13. please step aside
  14. step aside and let me [through, in]
  15. stand aside and let me [in, help, see]
  16. refused to step aside
  17. was cast aside during the [debate, election]
  18. was pushed aside (to make room for)
  19. but all [joking, kissing] aside
  20. joking aside, let's [talk seriously, get down to business]
n
  1. as a quick aside, I would (just) like to [mention, say]
  2. [mention] it only as an aside
  3. was only meant [to be, as] an aside
  4. she said to him as an aside
  5. whispered an aside to
  6. [heard, caught, overheard] an aside
  7. just one brief aside
  8. an aside to the main [topic, point, event, objective]
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