to the side;out of the way
keeping time, money, land, etc. for future use or a particular purpose
except for one thing, sth is true
sth which a character in a play says to the audience, but which the other characters on stage are not intended to hear
remark, often made in a low voice, which is not intended to be heard by everyone present
remark that is not directly connected with the main subject that is being discussed
"stood aside to let him pass"
"threw the book aside"
"put her sewing aside when he entered"
"brush the objections aside"
"pushed all doubts away"
"these problems apart, the country is doing well"
"all joking aside, I think you're crazy"
"turn away one's face"
"had a feeling of being set apart"
"quality sets it apart"
"a day set aside for relaxing"
"started setting aside money to buy a car"
"put something by for her old age"
"has a nest egg tucked away for a rainy day"
Ganesh stood between the women, but The Great Belcher moved him aside.
出自： V. S. Naipaul
He throws the paper aside and picks up the Guardian.
出自： T. Stoppard