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aside

US [əˈsaɪd]
UK [ə'saɪd]
  • adv.留;存;到旁边;在旁边
  • n.旁白;低声说的话;离题话
  • Web在一边;到一边;一旁
Plural Form:asides  
aside
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adv.
1.
到旁边;在旁边to one side; out of the way
She pulled the curtain aside.
她把窗帘拉向一边。
Stand aside and let these people pass.
闪开,让这些人过去。
He took me aside(= away from a group of people) to give me some advice.
他把我拉到一旁,给我出主意。
Leaving aside(= not considering at this stage) the cost of the scheme, let us examine its benefits.
方案的费用暂且不理,咱们来审查方案的好处。
All our protests were brushed aside(= ignored) .
我们的一切抗议均被置之不理。
2.
留;存to be used later
We set aside some money for repairs.
我们存了一些钱作为修理费用。
3.
(用于名词后)除…以外used after nouns to say that except for one thing, sth is true
Money worries aside, things are going well.
除了钱令人发愁外,事情进展顺利。
n.
1.
旁白something that a character in a play says to the audience, but which the other characters on stage are not intended to hear
2.
低声说的话a remark, often made in a low voice, which is not intended to be heard by everyone present
3.
离题话a remark that is not directly connected with the main subject that is being discussed
I mention it only as an aside.
我只是顺便提及。

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