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ADVERB AND NOUN USES 副词和名词用法
ADV （把…放或移）向一边，到一边 If you move something aside, you move it to one side of you.
Sarah closed the book and laid it aside.
ADV （把…带或拉）到一边 If you take or draw someone aside, you take them a little way away from a group of people in order to talk to them in private.
Billy Ewing grabbed him by the elbow and took him aside...
Will put his arm around her shoulders and drew her aside.
ADV 向旁边;向一旁 If you move aside, you get out of someone's way.
She had been standing in the doorway, but now she stepped aside to let them pass.
ADV 留出;空出;攒下来 If you set something such as time, money, or space aside for a particular purpose, you save it and do not use it for anything else.
She wants to put her pocket-money aside for holidays.
...the ground set aside for the new cathedral.
ADV 不理;不顾;置之一边地 If you brush or sweep aside a feeling or suggestion, you reject it.
Talk to a friend who will really listen and not brush aside your feelings...
The Prime Minister swept aside concern about the rising cost of mortgages.
ADV （谈话中）撇开…不谈 You use aside to indicate that you have finished talking about something, or that you are leaving it out of your discussion, and that you are about to talk about something else.
Leaving aside the tiny minority who are clinically depressed, most people who have bad moods also have very good moods...
Emotional arguments aside, here are the facts.
N-COUNT （戏剧中的）旁白 An aside is a comment that a character in a play makes to the audience, which the other characters are supposed not to be able to hear.
Exasperated with her children, she rolls her eyes and mutters an aside to the camera, 'No wonder I drink!'
N-COUNT 题外话；插入语 An aside is something that you say that is not directly connected with what you are talking about.
The pace of the book is leisurely, with enjoyable literary and historical asides.
PREPOSITION USES 介词用法
PREP-PHRASE 同apart from（通常用于美国英语） Aside from means the same as apart from. This form is more usual in American English.