- pages of a script containing only the lines and cues of a specific role to be learned by a performer.
- the lines of the role.
- either of the two surfaces of a phonograph record or the two tracks on a audiotape.
- Slang. a phonograph record.
- affected manner; pretension; assumed haughtiness: to put on side.
- impudence; gall: He has a lot of side.
Verb Phrases past and past participle sid·ed,present participle sid·ing.
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Idioms for side
- separate from the main issue or point of interest.
- in addition to one's regular, or known work, interest, relationships, etc.: She tried selling cosmetics on the side. He dates another girl on the side.
- as a side dish: a hamburger with French fries on the side.
- next to one another; together.
- closely associated or related; in proximity: A divided city in which democracy and communism must live side by side.
Origin of side1
OTHER WORDS FROM sidesideless, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH sideside , sighed
Definition for side (2 of 2)
adjective Scot. and North England.
Origin of side2
Example sentences from the Web for side
And he is a Chicago South Sider, which is also where I come from.
Novelist Julie Otsuka is an Upper West Sider, with a regular spot at her neighborhood café, the Hungarian Pastry Shop.
His speech was the elaborated and painfully emphasized English of the self-taught East Sider.The Escape of Mr. Trimm|Irvin S. Cobb
That, sider brandee taken inwardly in large quantitys iz good—for a rat hole.Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings|Henry Wheeler Shaw
The east-sider thinks his hang-outs and dives are the best, and the west-sider thinks the same of his.Tramping with Tramps|Josiah Flynt
She'll 'sider it a 'ticular favor ef de gemmen'll leff Mulock gwo.'
Wood calls Downing a sider with all times and changes; skilled in the common cant, and a preacher occasionally.
British Dictionary definitions for side
- any line segment forming part of the perimeter of a plane geometric figure
- another name for face (def. 13)
- apart from or in addition to the main object
- as a sideline
- US as a side dish
- bit on the side See bit 1 (def. 11)
- close together
- (foll by with) beside or near to
Word Origin for side
Idioms and Phrases with side
In addition to the idioms beginning with side
- side against
- side by side
- side of the tracks
- side street
- side with
- blind spot (side)
- bright side
- can't hit the broad side of a barn
- choose up (sides)
- get on someone's good side
- get up on the wrong side of bed
- in good with (on someone's good side)
- know which side of bread is buttered
- laugh out of the other side of one's mouth
- let someone (the side) down
- on someone's side
- on the safe side
- on the side
- on the side of the angels
- other side of the coin
- right side of the tracks
- right-side out
- right-side up
- seamy side
- split one's sides
- sunny-side up
- take aside (to one side)
- take sides
- this side of
- thorn in one's flesh (side)
- work both sides of the street
- wrong side of