Aside

 

Phrasal verbs with aside mean...

 

 

Rejection

brush aside Administration officials brushed aside the proposal, at least for the time being.
cast aside Hollywood cast aside the traditional red carpet in favour of a trendy gold number at the world premiere of Austin Powers In Goldmember.
lay aside They should lay aside their differences.
push aside During this festive season, let's put aside any pesonal differences we may have and remember what is important.
set aside Sometimes you just have to set aside your pride.
sweep aside Globalization has a way of sweeping aside questions of what is right or wrong and replacing them with the reality of what is possible.
put aside During this festive season, let's put aside any pesonal differences we may have and remember what is important.
throw aside It is human nature to throw aside personal concerns and throw oneself behind a strong leader in uncertain times.
wave aside The opposition leader is already creating a new political movement and cannot be waved aside easily.

 

Yielding

stand aside The country can't stand aside and watch a genocide take place.
step aside Step aside and let me show you how it's done.

 

Isolation

pull aside The officer pulled me aside and took my details.
set aside About £1m has been set aside for a Business Developement Fund.
take aside Security took her aside and called the cops.

 

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