Definition of Side By Side in English :

Define Side By Side in English

Side By Side meaning in English

Meaning of Side By Side in English

Pronunciation of Side By Side in English

Side By Side pronunciation in English

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Side By Side

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Adjective

1. adjacent, next, side by side

nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space

Example Sentences:
'had adjacent rooms'
'in the next room'
'the person sitting next to me'
'our rooms were side by side'

2. side by side

closely related or associated

Example Sentences:
'a city in which communism and democracy had to live side by side'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Side By Side

see synonyms of side by side
a. 
close together
b. (foll by with)
beside or near to

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Side By Side

see synonyms of side by side
1. 
beside each other
2. 
in close companionship; together

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Side By Side

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n.
1. Mathematics
a. A line bounding a plane figure.
b. A surface bounding a solid figure.
2.
a. A surface of an object, especially a surface joining a top and bottom: the four sides of a box.
b. A surface of an object that lies on the left or right of that object as viewed from the front or back: From the shore, I watched my friends dive off the side of the boat.
c. Either of the two surfaces of a thin, flat object: the front side of a piece of paper.
3.
a. The part within an object or area to the left or right of the observer or of its vertical axis.
b. The left or right half of the trunk of a human or animal body: always sleeps on his side; a side of beef.
4.
a. The space immediately next to someone: stood at her father's side.
b. The space immediately next to something. Often used in combination: courtside; dockside.
5. One of two or more contrasted parts or places within an area, identified by its location with respect to a center: the north side of the park.
6. An area separated from another area by an intervening feature, such as a line or barrier: on this side of the Atlantic; the district on the other side of the railroad tracks.
7.
a. One of two or more opposing individuals, groups, teams, or sets of opinions.
b. One of the positions maintained in a dispute or debate.
8. A distinct aspect: the shy side of his personality.
9. Line of descent: my aunt on my mother's side.
10. sides
a. An incomplete script that shows the lines and cues of a single performer only.
b. An incomplete script that shows only what is to be filmed on a specific day or shoot.
11. Chiefly British In billiards, the spin given to a propelled ball by striking it off center.
adj.
1. Located on a side: a side door.
2. From or to one side; oblique: a side view.
3. Minor; incidental: a side interest.
4. In addition to the main part; supplementary: a side benefit.
v. sid·ed, sid·ing, sides
v.tr.
1. To provide sides or siding for: side a frame house with aluminum.
2. To be positioned next to: a couch that is sided by low tables.
v.intr.
To align oneself in a disagreement: sided with the conservatives in Congress; siding against the bill.

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