aside of
{prep.}, {dialect} Beside; by the side of. * /Mary sits aside of her sister on the bus./

Dictionary of American idioms. 2013.

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  • aside of — {prep.}, {dialect} Beside; by the side of. * /Mary sits aside of her sister on the bus./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • aside\ of — prep. dialect Beside; by the side of. Mary sits aside of her sister on the bus …   Словарь американских идиом

  • setting aside of specific property — index levy Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • Aside — A*side , adv. [Pref. a + side.] 1. On, or to, one side; out of a straight line, course, or direction; at a little distance from the rest; out of the way; apart. [1913 Webster] Thou shalt set aside that which is full. 2 Kings iv. 4. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • aside — [ə sīd′] adv. [ME < on side: see A 1 & SIDE] 1. on or to one side [pull the curtains aside] 2. away; in reserve [put the book aside for me] 3. out of the way; out of one s mind [lay the proposal aside temporarily ] …   English World dictionary

  • aside — aside, a side Written as one word, aside is an adverb meaning ‘to or on one side’, as in to put aside, to take aside, etc., or a noun meaning words in a play spoken to the audience out of hearing of the other characters. In the meaning ‘on each… …   Modern English usage

  • aside — ► ADVERB 1) to one side; out of the way. 2) in reserve. ► NOUN 1) an actor s remark addressed to the audience rather than the other characters. 2) an incidental remark. ● aside from Cf. ↑aside f …   English terms dictionary

  • aside — [adv] away from; to the side abreast, afar, alone, alongside, apart, away, beside, by oneself, down, in isolation, in reserve, near, nearby, neck and neck, out, out of the way, privately, separately, sidewise; concept 586 Ant. middle aside [n]… …   New thesaurus

  • aside — c.1300, off to one side; mid 14c., to or from the side; late 14c., away or apart from others, out of the way, from A (Cf. a ) (1) + SIDE (Cf. side) (n.). Noun sense of words spoken so as to be (supposed) inaudible is from 1727. Middle English had …   Etymology dictionary

  • Of Miracles — is the title of Section X of David Hume s An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding (1748). Contents 1 The text 2 The argument 3 Criticism 4 Notes …   Wikipedia

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