beside

bɪˈsaɪd рядом, около, близ, возле - he sat * his friend он сидел рядом со своим другом - a house * the sea дом около моря - there is a path * the river вдоль реки идет тропинка вдобавок к, помимо, кроме - other men * ourselves were helping помогали не только мы по сравнению с - this invention is nothing * yours это изобретение ничто по сравнению с вашим - there is no one to set * him его нельзя сравнить ни с кем вне, за пределами - * the mark мимо цели;
некстати - he has nothing * this у него, кроме этого, ничего нет - * the point не по существу, не относится к делу - it is * our purpose в наши задачи это не входит - this is * the matter in hand это не относится к обсуждаемому вопросу в сочетаниях: - * oneself вне себя - he was * himself with anger он был вне себя от гнева
beside prep редк. кроме, помимо;
beside oneself вне себя ~ prep мимо;
beside the mark, beside the question мимо цели, некстати, не по существу;
beside the purpose нецелесообразно ~ prep по сравнению с;
she seems dull beside her sister по сравнению со своей сестрой она кажется неинтересной ~ prep рядом с;
около, близ;
beside the river у реки
beside prep редк. кроме, помимо;
beside oneself вне себя
~ prep мимо;
beside the mark, beside the question мимо цели, некстати, не по существу;
beside the purpose нецелесообразно mark: far from (или wide of) the ~ мимо цели;
перен. неуместно;
не по существу;
beside the mark некстати
~ prep мимо;
beside the mark, beside the question мимо цели, некстати, не по существу;
beside the purpose нецелесообразно purpose: to the ~ кстати;
к делу;
beside the purpose нецелесообразно;
sense of purpose целеустремленность
~ prep мимо;
beside the mark, beside the question мимо цели, некстати, не по существу;
beside the purpose нецелесообразно
~ prep рядом с;
около, близ;
beside the river у реки
~ prep по сравнению с;
she seems dull beside her sister по сравнению со своей сестрой она кажется неинтересной

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • Beside — Be*side , prep. [OE. biside, bisiden, bisides, prep. and adv., beside, besides; pref. be by + side. Cf. Besides, and see {Side}, n.] 1. At the side of; on one side of. Beside him hung his bow. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Aside from; out of the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • beside — beside, besides Beside is only used as a preposition meaning ‘next to’ • (He heard Lee come up beside him A. Hassall, 1989) whereas besides is both an adverb meaning ‘also, moreover’ • (Besides, it was not the first disappointment S. Studd, 1981) …   Modern English usage

  • beside — beside, besides are occasionally interchangeable. More often beside is employed as a preposition in a local sense, meaning by the side of {he stood beside her} {the house beside the river} On the other hand, besides has almost entirely replaced… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • beside — [bē sīd′, bisīd′] prep. [ME < OE bi sidan (dat. of side): see BY & SIDE] 1. by or at the side of; alongside; near 2. in comparison with [beside yours my share seems small] 3. BESIDES 4. not pertinent to …   English World dictionary

  • beside — ► PREPOSITION 1) at the side of; next to. 2) compared with. 3) in addition to; apart from. ● beside oneself Cf. ↑beside oneself …   English terms dictionary

  • beside — O.E. be sidan by the side of (only as two words), from BE (Cf. be ) + sidan dative of SIDE (Cf. side) (n.). By 1200, formed as one word and used as both adverb and preposition. The alternative M.E. meaning outside led to the sense preserved in… …   Etymology dictionary

  • beside — (yourself) extremely upset or excited. My mother was beside herself with curiosity …   New idioms dictionary

  • beside — index adjacent, contiguous Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • beside — [adv/prep] next to abreast of, adjacent to, adjoining, alongside, aside, a step from, at one’s elbow, at the edge of, at the side of, bordering on, by, cheek by jowl*, close at hand, close to, close upon, connected with, contiguous to, fornent,… …   New thesaurus

  • beside — be|side W2S3 [bıˈsaıd] prep [: Old English; Origin: be sidan at or to the side ] 1.) next to or very close to the side of someone or something ▪ Wendy came up and sat beside me. ▪ the table beside the bed ▪ I was standing right beside her at the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • beside — be|side [ bı saıd ] preposition *** 1. ) at the side of someone or something and close to them: Who s that standing beside Jeff? I knelt down beside the bed. We found a picnic area down beside the river. 2. ) used for comparing two people or… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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