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sideline

US [ˈsaɪdlaɪn]
UK [ˈsaɪdlaɪn]
  • n.副业;【体】(球场的)旁线;旁观者的立场
  • v.使运动员不能参加比赛;阻止某人参加活动;从事副业(或体育活动)
  • Web边线;兼职;单打边线
Plural Form:sidelines  Present Participle:sidelining  Past Tense:sidelined  
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n.
1.
[c]
兼职;副业;兼营业务an activity that you do as well as your main job in order to earn extra money
2.
[pl]
(球场等的)边线,两侧场外区域the lines along the two long sides of a sports field, tennis court , etc. that mark the outer edges; the area just outside these
The coach stood on the sidelines yelling instructions to the players.
教练站在场外,大声指挥运动员。
IDM
He was content to watch from the sidelines as his wife built up a successful business empire.
他满足于站在一旁,看妻子一步步地建立起一个成功的商业帝国。
on/from the sidelines
从旁观者的角度;置身局外watching sth but not actually involved in it
He was content to watch from the sidelines as his wife built up a successful business empire.
他满足于站在一旁,看妻子一步步地建立起一个成功的商业帝国。
v.
1.
~ sb
使退出比赛,使下场(尤指由于受伤)to prevent sb from playing in a team, especially because of an injury
The player has been sidelined by a knee injury.
这名队员因膝部受伤而下场。
2.
~ sb
把…排除在核心之外;使靠边to prevent sb from having an important part in sth that other people are doing
The vice-president is increasingly being sidelined.
副总统被日益排挤到权力中心之外。

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