side in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- આગળની અને પાછળ ની અથવા છે ડાથી ભિન્ન ⇄ side gujarati
- ઉપરની અન ે નીચેની ⇄ side gujarati
- બાજુ ⇄ side gujarati
- બે બાજુઓવાળી વસ્તુની બેમાંથી પ્રત્યેક બાજુ ⇄ side gujarati
- માણસના ધડની અથવા પ્રાણીના મડદાની ⇄ side gujarati
- વસ્તુની અંદરની કે બહારની બાજુઓમાંની એક ⇄ side gujarati
- શરીરની જમણી અથવા ડાબી તરફનો ભાગ – બાજુ ⇄ side gujarati
- સપાટ આકૃતિની મર્યાદા – લીટી ⇄ side gujarati
side in Hindi हिन्दी
- अतिरिक्त ⇄ side hindi
- क्षेत्र ⇄ side hindi
- गुट ⇄ side hindi
- गुट्ट ⇄ side hindi
- ठीक करना ⇄ side hindi
- तरफ़ ⇄ side hindi
- दल ⇄ side hindi
- पक्ष ⇄ side hindi
- पक्ष लेना ⇄ side hindi
- पहलू ⇄ side hindi
- पहलू का ⇄ side hindi
- भाग लेना ⇄ side hindi
- सँवारना ⇄ side hindi
- सतह ⇄ side hindi
- सहायक ⇄ side hindi
- सिरा ⇄ side hindi
- सुव्यवस्थित करना ⇄ side hindi
side in Marathi मराठी
- अंग ⇄ side marathi
- आनुषंगिक ⇄ side marathi
- आयाम ⇄ side marathi
- किनारा ⇄ side marathi
- कूस ⇄ side marathi
- खेळातील पक्ष ⇄ side marathi
- डुलकी ⇄ side marathi
- ढुंगण ⇄ side marathi
- तीक्ष्ण किनारा ⇄ side marathi
- पक्ष ⇄ side marathi
- पारडे ⇄ side marathi
- पार्श्व ⇄ side marathi
- पैलू ⇄ side marathi
- बाजू ⇄ side marathi
- संघ ⇄ side marathi
side in English
- side ⇄ adj. 1. at one side; on one side.
Ex. side streets, the side aisles of a theater.
2a. from one side.
Ex. a side view.
b. toward one side; indirect.
Ex. a side glance.
3. (Figurative.) less important; subsidiary. <english
- side ⇄ expr. by one's side, near one.
Ex. His mother was by his side all during his illness.english
- side ⇄ expr. off side, not in a position, according to the rules of the game, to participate in a play.
Ex. One of the ends was off side, having started to go out for the pass a second before the ball was put into play.english
- side ⇄ expr. on side, in position, according to the rules of the game, to participate in a play.
Ex. All players were on side for the kickoff.english
- side ⇄ expr. on the shady side of, older than; beyond the age of.
Ex. From looking at his face one would not think he was on the shady side of fifty.english
- side ⇄ expr. on the side,
a. (Informal.) in addition to one's regular or ordinary duties.
Ex. Many producers of long-run shows are lenient about letting members of their casts earn money on the side (New Yorker).
b. served as a side dish.english
- side ⇄ expr. on the windy side of, so as not to be scented and attacked by and therefore out of reach of; away from; clear of.
Ex. Still you keep o'th windy side ofthe Law (Shakespeare).english
- side ⇄ expr. shiver my sides, a mock oath attributed to sailors.
Ex. If fairer can be said by mortal seaman, shiver my sides! (Robert Louis Stevenson).english
- side ⇄ expr. side against, to oppose.
Ex. Most of the smaller boys sided against the bully and gave him a licking.english
- side ⇄ expr. side by side,
a. beside one another.
Ex. They walked side by side like a couple of policemen.
Ex. In the hourly earning of its employees ... it ranked side by side with petroleum refining, an industry with a muenglish
- side ⇄ expr. side with, to take the part of; favor (one among opposing or differing groups or persons); take sides with.
Ex. The twins always side with each other when the older children quarrel. Scotchmen who sided alternately with the French and Englishenglish
- side ⇄ expr. split one's sides, to laugh or cause one to laugh very hard.
Ex. Unlike Mr. Milligan, who is forever trying to split our sides, he is content with inducing the wry chuckle, and this he does supremely well (Manchester Guardian Weekly).english
- side ⇄ expr. take sides, to place oneself with one person or group against another.
Ex. The bystander refused to take sides in the quarrel.english
- side ⇄ expr. this side of, short of; not spilling over into.
Ex. Its lean harmonies and themes keep the work this side of sentimentality (Raymond Ericson).english
- side ⇄ noun 1. a surface or line bounding a thing.
Ex. the sides of a square, a side of a box.
2. one of the two surfaces of an object that are not the front, back, top, or bottom.
Ex. a door at the side of a house, the sides of a bed, a tablenglish
- side ⇄ side (1), noun, adjective, verb, sided,siding. english
- side ⇄ side (2), adjective.
(Scottish.) reaching or hanging far down on the person; long.english
- side ⇄ v.i. to take a side.
Ex. The Nobility are vexed, whom we see have sided In his behalf (Shakespeare).english
- side ⇄ v.t. 1. to provide with sides, as a building.
2. to put aside.
Ex. Mrs. Wilson was ""siding"" the dinner things (Elizabeth Gaskell).english