to the side of
- 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
- 她把书放在一旁, 点了一支香烟。
- She set aside her book and lit a cigarette.
- 有一男子遭人毒打, 路人只在一旁观看。
- Passers-by just looked on as a man was viciously attacked.
- He moved aside for her with a polite bow.
- He had a tendency to shrink up whenever attention was focused on him.
- He turned aside and let those who were waiting pass by.
- One that looks on; a spectator.
- She drew me aside and whispered in my ear.
- Stood apart with aloof dignity.
- The injured right halfback was compelled to sit out the rest of the play.
- ... His comments on miss crawford's great cleverness as a horsewoman which he had been watching with an interest almost equal to her own.
- Othello. Well do it and be brief; I will walk by: I would not kill thy unprepared spirit; no; heaven forfend! I would not kill thy soul.
- Stir in breadcrumbs and set aside.
- Remove junction point for terminal30line and the two spacer sleeves and lay them and the connected lines aside.
- From microchips to microbes poor old europe seems to trail in america's and asia's wake.
- But the task was beyond her skill.after testing both smiles and frowns and proving that neither mode of treatment possessed any calculable influence hester was ultimately compelled to stand aside and permit the child to be swayed by her own impulses.