side 英 [saɪd]   美 [saɪd]


side  英 [saɪd] 美 [saɪd]

n. 方面;侧面;旁边  v. 支持 

进行时:siding  过去式:sided  过去分词:sided  第三人称单数:sides  名词复数:sides 

the upper side of the box is red 盒子的上部是红色的
All of you side against me? 你们全都反对我吗?

  • A side is a physical position to the left or the right of an object or person. It’s also another kind of position—like if you take your brother’s side in an argument, you say he’s right. Even if he’s not.
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  • n. 方面;侧面;旁边
  • v. 支持
  • 1. the upper side of the box is red


  • 2. All of you side against me?


  • 3. the right side of the brain


  • 4. She was on the far side of the room.


  • 5. He crossed the bridge to the other side of the river.


  • 6. She tilted her head to one side.


  • 7. a side door, a side entrance, a side window


  • 8. She sat on the side of the bed.


  • 9. She has a pain down her right side.


  • 10. Keep close to my side.


  • 11. Write on one side of the paper only.


  • 12. We heard both sides of the argument.


  • 13. I'll take care of that side of things.


  • side (adj.) late 14c., from side (n.).
  • side (n.) Old English side "flanks of a person, the long part or aspect of anything," from Proto-Germanic *sithon (source also of Old Saxon sida, Old Norse siða, Danish side, Swedish sida, Middle Dutch side, Dutch zidje, Old High German sita, German Seite), from adjective *sithas "long" (source of Old English sid "long, broad, spacious," Old Norse siðr "long, hanging down"), from PIE root *se- "long, late" (see soiree).
  • side (v.) late 15c., "to cut into sides" (of meat), from side (n.). Meaning "to support one of the parties in a discussion, dispute, etc.," is first attested 1590s, from side (n.) in the figurative sense; earlier to hold sides (late 15c.). Related: Sided; siding.
side / saɪd ; NAmE saɪd / noun , verb side sides sided siding noun left/right 左;右 1 [countable ,  usually singular ] either of the two halves of a surface, an object or an area that is divided by an imaginary central line (由想像的中线分出的)一边,一侧 They drive on the left-hand side of the road in Japan. 在日本驾车靠左行。 the right side of the brain 脑的右半部 satellite links to the other side of the world 与世界的另一边连线的卫星 She was on the far side of the room. 她在房间的那一边。 They crossed from one side of London to the other. 他们从伦敦的这一头到了另一头。 Keep on your side of the bed! 你还是睡你那边吧! 2 [countable ,  usually singular ] a position or an area to the left or right of sth (事物左方或右方的) 一旁,一边,一侧 There is a large window on either side ofthe front door. 前门两侧各有一个大窗户。 He crossed the bridge to the other sideof the river. 他过桥到了河对岸。 people on both sides of the Atlantic 大西洋两岸的人 She tilted her head to one side. 她把头歪到一边。 not top or bottom 侧面 3 [countable ] one of the flat surfaces of sth that is not the top or bottom, front or back 侧面 Write your name on the side of the box. 把你的姓名写在盒子的侧面。 There's a scratch on the side of my car. 我的汽车侧面有一道划痕。 The kitchen door is at the side of the house. 厨房门开在房子的侧面。 a side door/entrance/window 侧门;侧边入口;侧窗 Now lay the jar on its side. 现在把广口瓶侧着放倒。 4 [countable ] the vertical or sloping surface around sth, but not the top or bottom of it 斜面;垂直面 A path went up the side of the hill. 沿着山坡往上有一条小路。 Brush the sides of the tin with butter. 在烤模的四周刷上黄油。 see also hillside , mountainside edge 边缘 5 [countable ] a part or an area of sth near the edge and away from the middle 边缘;边 She sat on the side of the bed. 她坐在床边。 A van was parked at the side of the road. 路边停着一辆载客面包车。 the south side of the lake 湖的南侧 see also bedside , fireside , ringside , riverside , roadside , seaside of body 身体 6 [countable ,  usually singular ] either the right or left part of a person's body, from the armpit(= where the arm joins the body) to the hip 侧面;胁 She has a pain down her right side. 她身子右边疼。 He was lying on his side. 他侧卧着。 near to sb/sth 某人╱某物的近旁 7 [singular ] a place or position very near to sb/sth 近旁;旁边;身边 Keep close to my side. 紧挨着我,别走开。 Her husband stood at her side. 她丈夫站在她身边。 of sth flat and thin 平而薄的东西 8 [countable ] either of two surfaces of sth flat and thin, such as paper or cloth 一面 Write on one side of the paper only. 只在纸的一面写。 Fry the steaks for two minutes on each side. 牛排两面各煎两分钟。 page 9 [countable ] the amount of writing needed to fill one side of a sheet of paper 一面纸的文字 He told us not to write more than three sides. 他告诉我们写字不要超过三面纸。 mathematics 数学 10 [countable ] any of the flat surfaces of a solid object (立体的)面 A cube has six sides. 立方体有六面。 11 [countable ] any of the lines that form a flat shape such as a square or triangle (平面图形的)边 a shape with five sides 五边形 The farm buildings form three sides of a square. 这几栋农舍构成一个正方形的三个边。 -sided 有…面/边 12 used in adjectives to state the number or type of sides (构成形容词)有…面(或边)的 a six-sided object 六面体 a glass-sided container 玻璃面的容器 in war/argument 战争;争论 13 [countable ] one of the two or more people or groups taking part in an argument, war, etc. 一方;一派 We have finally reached an agreement acceptable to all sides. 我们最终达成一项各方都能接受的协议。 At some point during the war he seems to have changed sides. 战争期间,他好像在某个时候曾经转投对方营垒。 to be on the winning/losing side 在获胜╱失败一方 14 [countable ] one of the opinions, attitudes or positions held by sb in an argument, a business arrangement, etc. 一方的意见(或态度、立场) We heard both sides of the argument. 我们听过了辩论双方的意见。 I just want you to hear my side of the storyfirst. 我只想要你先听听我的说法。 Will you keep your side of the bargain? 你那一方能不能遵守协议? aspect 方面 15 [countable ] a particular aspect of sth, especially a situation or a person's character 方面 These poems reveal her gentle side. 这些诗显示出她温柔的一面。 This is a side of Alan that I never knew existed. 我以前从来不知道艾伦还有这样的一面。 It's good you can see the funny sideof the situation. 你能看到情况可笑的一面,这很好。 I'll take care of that side of things. 那方面的事情由我来处理。 feeling that you are better 优越感 16 [uncountable ] ( BrE) ( informal) a feeling that you are better than other people 优越感;架子 There was no sideto him at all. 他一点架子也没有。 sports team 运动队 17 [countable ] ( BrE) a sports team 运动队 The French have a very strong side. 法国队非常强大。 We were on the winning/losing side. 我们支持获胜/失利的一方。 of family 亲属 18 [countable ] the part of your family that people belong to who are related either to your mother or to your father 母系;父系;血统 a cousin on my father's side (= a child of my father's brother or sister) 我父亲那边的表亲 food 食物 19 ( NAmE) ( informal) = side dish Your dinner comes with a choice of two sides. 您的正餐有两道配菜可供选择。 meat 20 [countable ] a ~ of beef/bacon, etc. one of the two halves of an animal that has been killed for meat 一扇(牛肉╱熏猪肉等) TV channel 电视频道 21 [countable ] ( old-fashioned) ( BrE informal) a television channel 电视频道 What's on the other side? 另一个频道上演什么? IDIOMS come down on ˈone side of the fence or the ˈother to choose between two possible choices 二者择其一;支持两方中的一方 from ˌside to ˈside moving to the left and then to the right and then back again 左右来回(摇摆) He shook his head slowly from side to side. 他慢慢地摇了摇头。 The ship rolled from side to side. 船左右摇晃。 get on the right/wrong ˈside of sb to make sb pleased with you/annoyed with you 讨得某人的欢心;惹得某人恼怒 have sth on your ˈside to have sth as an advantage that will make it more likely that you will achieve sth 有…的优势 let the ˈside down ( especially BrE) to fail to give your friends, family, etc. the help and support they expect, or to behave in a way that makes them disappointed 使自己人失望;未能帮助(或支持)自己的一方 not leave sb's ˈside to stay with sb, especially in order to take care of them (尤指为了照顾)不离某人左右 on/from all ˈsides | on/from every ˈside in or from all directions; everywhere 从四面八方;到处 We realized we were surrounded on all sides. 我们意识到我们被四面包围了。 Disaster threatens on every side. 灾祸四伏。 on the ˈbig, ˈsmall, ˈhigh, etc. side ( informal) slightly too big, small, high, etc. 稍偏大(或小、高等) These shoes are a little on the tight side. 这双鞋略有点紧。 on the other side of the ˈfence in a situation that is different from the one that you are in 与自己所处情况不同的一面;事物的另一面 on the ˌright/ˌwrong side of ˈ40, ˈ50, etc. ( informal) younger or older than 40, 50, etc. years of age 不到╱已过 40 岁(或 50 岁等) on the ˈside ( informal) 1 in addition to your main job 作为副业;兼职;在正事之外 a mechanic who buys and sells cars on the side 兼做汽车买卖的机修工 2 secretly or illegally 秘密地;偷偷摸摸地;非法地 He's married but he has a girlfriend on the side. 他有妻室,但暗地里还有一个女友。 3 ( especially NAmE) (of food in a restaurant 餐馆的食物 ) served at the same time as the main part of the meal, but on a separate plate 作为配菜 on/to one ˈside 1 out of your way 在(或到)一边;在(或到)一旁 I left my bags on one side. 我把几个包丢在一边。 2 to be dealt with later 搁置;暂不处理 I put his complaint to one side until I had more time. 我把他的投诉放到一边,等时间充裕些再处理。 Leaving that to one side for a moment, are there any other questions? 把这个先放一放,还有没有别的问题? be on sb's side to support and agree with sb 站在某人一边;和某人观点一致 I'm definitely on your side in this. 在这个问题上,我毫不含糊地站在你这一边。 Whose side are you on anyway? 你到底赞成谁的观点呢? the other side of the ˈcoin the aspect of a situation that is the opposite of or contrasts with the one you have been talking about 事情的另一面 ˌside by ˈside 1 close together and facing in the same direction 并排;并肩地 There were two children ahead, walking side by side. 前面有两个孩子肩并肩走着。 2 together, without any difficulties 并行不悖;相安无事 We have been using both systems, side by side, for two years. 两年来,两套系统我们一直同时使用,互不影响。 The two communities exist happily side by side. 两个群体和睦共处,相安无事。 take ˈsides to express support for sb in a disagreement 表示支持一方;表明立场 She didn't think it was wise to take sides in their argument. 对于他们的辩论,她觉得向着谁都不明智。 take/draw sb to one ˈside to speak to sb in private, especially in order to warn or tell them about sth 把某人拉到一边(悄悄说话) this side of… before a particular time, event, age, etc. 在…之前 They aren't likely to arrive this side of midnight. 午夜之前他们不大可能赶到。 more at bed n. , bit , bright adj. , credit n. , distaff , err , grass n. , know v. , laugh v. , right adj. , safe adj. , split v. , thorn , time n. , two , wrong adj. verb PHRASAL VERB ˈside with sb (against sb/sth) to support one person or group in an argument against sb else 支持某人(反对…);和某人站在一起(反对…) The kids always sided with their mother against me. 孩子们总是和妈妈站在一边,跟我唱对台戏。 side / saɪd ; NAmE saɪd /
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