/ (ˈnɪəˌsaɪd) /
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the nearside mainly British
- the side of a vehicle normally nearer the kerb (in Britain, the left side)
- (as modifier)the nearside door Compare offside
- the left side of an animal, team of horses, etc
- (as modifier)the nearside flank
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Example sentences from the Web for nearside
The lorry hit him so hard he was dead by the time the nearside front wheels rolled over his neck.