- one side; on one side of
- pron.一个人,任何人,一方 num.一,一个 adj.一方的,某一,同样的
- n.边,旁边,面,侧面,胁,一方,(一个)方面,摆架子 adj.旁边的,侧面的,副的,枝节的 vi.站在同一边
- There is a garage built onto the side of the house.
- The Stella was put about, and the other broad side given without a return from her opponent.
- The dog went off to fetch in the dead rabbit. It was peppered with snots all down one side.
- The bird cocked its head to/on one side.
- Plane one side of the panel down until it fits snugly into place.
- An embroidered or woven decoration on the side of a stocking or sock.
- At midday in madrid, it's better to walk on the shady of the street.
- A board cut with a tongue on one side and a matching groove on the other to fit with other boards of similar cut.
- The posterior portion of a side of beef, lamb, veal, or mutton, including a hind leg and one or two ribs.
- Of or relating to the windward side of a ship; windward.
- Secretaries gates and clinton entered the negotiation building that straddles the demarcation line and crossed briefly to the north korean side as they were shown around.
- Explained: frontage two snap fastener pockets one side above has the embroidery.
- "2.11every Boat when loaded with50% of the number of persons the boat is permitted to accommodate seated in their normal positions to one side of the centreline shall have a freeboard measured from the waterline to the lowest opening through which the boat may become flooded of at least1.5% of the boat's length or100millimetres whichever is the greater."
- Before long something in us snaps and we have to look away.
- Remove handset and lay to one side with cable connected.