Aside meaning

ə-sīd
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Aside is defined as moving something over from its previous position.

To get out of someone’s way is an example of stepping aside.

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Aside means no longer focusing on something.

Deciding not to worry about money is an example of putting your financial worries aside.

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Out of one's thoughts or mind.

Put my doubts aside.

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The definition of aside is saving something for future use.

Putting money into a college fund is an example of putting money aside.

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Apart.

A day set aside for relaxing.

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A piece of dialogue intended for the audience and supposedly not heard by the other actors on stage.
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In reserve; away.

Put a little money aside.

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So as to except or exclude from consideration.

All joking aside, can you swim two miles?

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A remark made in an undertone so as to be inaudible to others nearby.
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A parenthetical departure; a digression.
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On or to one side.

Pull the curtains aside.

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Away; in reserve.

Put the book aside for me.

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Out of the way; out of one's mind.

Lay the proposal aside temporarily.

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Apart; notwithstanding.

Joking aside, I mean it.

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Words spoken by an actor in such a way that they are heard by the audience but supposedly not by the other actors.
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A written digression.

A novelist's aside to the reader.

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To or on one side so as to be out of the way.

Move aside, please, so that these people can come through.

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An incidental remark made quietly so as to be heard by the person to whom it is said and not by any others in the vicinity.
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To or toward the side.

Step aside.

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aside from
  • With the exception of.
  • Apart from; besides.
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Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

Origin of aside

  • a- +‎ side

    From Wiktionary