Siding meaning

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Material, such as boards or shingles, used for surfacing the outside walls of a frame building.
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A short section of railroad track connected by switches with a main track.
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A covering for an outside wall, as of a frame building, consisting generally of overlapping shingles, boards, aluminum panels, etc.
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A short railroad track connected with a main track by a switch and used for unloading, bypassing, etc.; sidetrack.
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A building material which covers and protects the sides of a house or other building (called cladding in the UK).

Ugh. If there's one thing I can't stand it's cheesy vinyl siding.

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(rail transport) A second, relatively short length of track just to the side of a railroad track, joined to the main track by switches at one or both ends, used either for unloading freight, or to allow two trains on a same track to meet (opposite directions) or pass (same direction).
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Present participle of side.

Whenever he hears an argument, he can't help siding with one party or the other.

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