9 Reply to “ Beside ”

  1. Beside is a preposition. It means ‘at the side of’ or ‘next to’. It is rather formal: He would like to take a photograph of us.
  2. beside translation in English - French Reverso dictionary, see also 'besides',besides',bedside',betide', examples, definition, conjugation.
  3. Definition of beside written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
  4. beside oneself, almost out of one's senses from a strong emotion, as from joy, delight, anger, fear, or grief: He was beside himself with rage when the train left without him.
  5. Beside Beside is a preposition of place. It means ‘next to’. The word has originated from the old English adverb ‘be sidan’ meaning by the side.
  6. preposition next to, near, close to, neighbouring, alongside, overlooking, next door to, adjacent to, at the side of, abreast of, cheek by jowl with On the table beside an empty plate was a pile of books.
  7. The definition of beside means by, along side, in comparison or near, or means not relevant. An example of the use of beside as an adverb is in the sentence, "The nightstand is beside the bed," which means that the nightstand is next to the bed.

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