side

I
n.
right or left part

1) the left; right side

2) the credit; debit side (of a ledger)

3) on a side (on the sunny side of the street)

faction, party

4) to take smb.'s side; to take sides ('to support a faction')

5) the losing; right; winning; wrong side

6) on smb.'s side (of a dispute)

direction

7) from a side (from the other side; from all sides)

8) (to turn) to one side

surface
part

9) a far; near; reverse side

10) the east; north; south; west side

11) on a side (on the other side; on the north side of the town square)

aspect

12) the bright; dark, gloomy; humorous; practical side (of things); the seamy side of life

13) a side to (there are two sides to every question)

14) (misc.) to study all sides of a problem

area near a person

15) at, by smb.'s side (she sat at my side)

shore, bank

16) on a side (on the other side of the river)

arrogance

(slang) (BE)

17) to put on side

misc.

18) to tutor smb. on the side ('to tutor smb. part-time'); we split our sides laughing ('we laughed long and hard'); time is on our side ('time is working for us'); on smb.'s side (of the family); he's a bit on the short side (see the Usage Note for team)

II

v. (d; intr.) to side against; with

* * *
[saɪd]
humorous
reverse side
rightside
the seamy side of life
west side
winning
with
wrong side
time is on our side ('time is working for us')
to take sides ('to support a faction')
we split our sides laughing ('we laughed long and hard')
debit side (of a ledger)
on smb. 's side (of the family)
practical side (of things)
he's a bit on the short side (see the Usage Note for team)
by smb. 's side (she sat at my side)
(d; intr.) to side against
(misc.) to study all sides of a problem
(to turn) to one side
['area near a person'] at
['aspect'] the blight
['faction, party'] to take smb. 's side
['right or left part'] the left
['surface'] ['part'] a far
the credit
the east
the losing
to put on side
['misc. '] to tutor smb. on the side ('to tutor smb. part-time')
['shore, bank'] on a side (BE; slang; 'arrogance'; on the other side of the river)
['direction'] from a side (from the other side; from all sides)
on a side (on the other side; on the north side of the town square)
a side to (there are two sides to every question)

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