Saturday, 7 July 2012

Idioms with ‘side’

From all sides = from all directions
Let the side down = to perform badly in a team
On every side = everywhere
On the side = an extra job
Put something to one side = to postpone something
Side by side = close by
Side with someone / Take sides = support someone in an argument
Take someone to one side = Talk to someone privately
To be on the safe side = in the likelihood of something happening
Bit on the side = to have an affair
Brush to one side = to ignore
Get on the wrong side of someone = to make someone dislike you
Get out of bed on the wrong side = to be in a bad mood
Look on the bright side = to be optimistic
On the other side of the coin = another point of view

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