- adv.在旁边，在一边，到旁边，到一边; 撇开（…暂且不谈），留存; [戏]独（白），旁（白）; （用于名词后）除…以外
- n.[戏]旁白，独白; 低声说的话，离题话
- 复数: asides;
Some young people push their parents aside after their marriage.
Half the prize money he spent, and the rest was laid aside for a rainy day.
He pushed the chair aside.
He laid aside one hour a day for reading.
The rude man elbowed me aside and got on the bus ahead of me.
We turned aside from the main road.
She placed her sewing aside when the telephone rang.
Aside from a thorough medical family history, there is no need to offer any genetic testing on the basis of consanguinity alone.
I moved aside to let him get by.
These rules are not made to be flung aside lightly.
Let's leave the matter aside for a moment.
She steps aside to let them pass.
He shoved me roughly aside.
I'm not ready to step aside yet.
Your talk is a little aside from the subject of our disussion.
The Appeal Court set aside the prisoner's sentence.
Once he got rich, he flung aside his old friends.
a room set aside for private study
Now that Fantina is old, she has been cast aside like some useless object.
For a moment her husband came to mind, but she pushed the guilt aside.
£130 million would be set aside for repairs to schools.
Catherine put all the envelopes aside unopened.
We should put aside our differences and discuss the things we have in common.
The policemen rushed past him, shouldering him aside.
All animosities were laid aside for the moment.
Exasperated with her children, she rolls her eyes and mutters an aside to the camera, "No wonder I drink!"
By pushing aside unpleasant thoughts they merely repress these thoughts.
Emotional arguments aside, here are the facts.
Grandma protested, but he cursed her and rudely pushed her aside.
He brushed aside talk of greedy MPs voting themselves a backdoor pay rise.
The traditional view of such moments is that they constitute a charming but irrelevant byproduct of youth— something to be pushed aside to make room for more important qualities, like perseverance ( ' , 坚持不懈 ), obligation, and practicality.
Somewhere along the way I set aside my hopes of writing that flawless essay.
Building on a child's ability to feel joy, rather than pushing it aside, wouldn't be that hard.
Before you brush this argument aside as rubbish, or think of joy as an unaffordable luxury in a nation where there is awful poverty, low academic achievement, and high dropout rates, think again.
Aside from the panels on the roof, Premier Gardens looks like a community of conventional homes.
If Paris was cast aside, the tradition of beauty was also to some degree slighted.
a basis for explaining human genetic diversityan aid to understanding different populationsan explanation for social and cultural differencesa term to describe individual human characteristicsmodern genetics research is likely to fuel racial conflictsrace is a poorly defined marker of human genetic diversityrace as a biological term can explain human genetic diversitygenetics research should consider social and cultural variablesit is absolutely necessary to put race aside in making diagnosisit is important to include social variables in genetics researchracial categories for genetic diversity could lead to wrong clinical predictionsdiscrimination against black people may cause negligence in clinical treatmentThey be more precise with the language they use.
And while Rubinoff believes there are a good number of four-year schools that truly care about these students and set aside significant resources and programs for them, he says that number isn't high enough.
Soon after I arrived, the chief executive of the agency that had invited us took me aside.
But in order to take advantage of these common-sense solutions, Americans will have to put aside their own attachment to the idea of smaller government and less regulation.
A man who had recently reconciled with his brother told Gold there's something that lets older people to put aside bad deeds of the past and focus a little on what we need now, especially when it's sisters and brothers.
The writer can stand aside from experience and look at it, watch it happening.
Data shows that kids and teens who do read frequently, compared to infrequent readers, have more books in the home, more books purchased for them, parents who read more often, and parents who set aside time for them to read.
2018年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
Leaving aside the birth rate issue, India's economy may take off when the country achieves of educational opportunity.
2017年高考英语江苏卷 任务型阅读 题设
The key is that before bills and living expenses start to eat away your salary, you should put aside the savings portion of your pay.
2016年高考英语上海卷 听力 原文
Nostalgia for ink on paper and the rustle of pages aside, there’s plenty of incentive to ditch print.
1. a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended for others on the stage
2. a message that departs from the main subject
1. on or to one side;
"stood aside to let him pass"
"threw the book aside"
"put her sewing aside when he entered"
2. out of the way (especially away from one's thoughts);
"brush the objections aside"
"pushed all doubts away"
3. not taken into account or excluded from consideration;
"these problems apart, the country is doing well"
"all joking aside, I think you're crazy"
4. in a different direction;
"turn away one's face"
5. placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose;
"had a feeling of being set apart"
"quality sets it apart"
"a day set aside for relaxing"
6. in reserve; not for immediate use;
"started setting aside money to buy a car"
"put something by for her old age"
"has a nestegg tucked away for a rainy day"
1. 加在单词前,表示"在……,……的"; 2. 注:加在描述性的动词前面表形容词,常用作表语;加在名词,形容词前构成副词.
ashore 向岸地, 在岸上地
away 在远处, 到远处, 离去
set something aside
remove land from agricultural production for fallow or other use
annul a legal decision or process
take (或 draw) someone aside
move someone away from a group of people in order to talk to them privately