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  • 1 side with — ˈside with [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they side with he/she/it sides with present participle siding with past tense sided with pas …

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  • 2 side with — (someone) to agree with or support someone. When workers have sued companies for violating their privacy, judges have usually sided with the employer. Usage notes: the opposite meaning is expressed by side against someone to disagree with or not… …

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  • 3 side with — index concur (agree), conform, cooperate, espouse, involve (participate), join (associate oneself with) …

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  • 4 side with sb — UK US side with sb Phrasal Verb with side({{}}/saɪd/ verb ► to decide that you support a particular opinion or belief in an argument: »The judge sided with workers who were sacked for refusing to use unsafe equipment. side with sb on sth »The… …

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  • 5 side with — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms side with : present tense I/you/we/they side with he/she/it sides with present participle siding with past tense sided with past participle sided with side with someone to agree with one particular person and… …

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  • 6 side with — {v.} To agree with; help. * /Alan always sides with Johnny in an argument./ * /Gerald sided with the plan to move the club./ Contrast: SIDE AGAINST …

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  • 7 side with — {v.} To agree with; help. * /Alan always sides with Johnny in an argument./ * /Gerald sided with the plan to move the club./ Contrast: SIDE AGAINST …

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  • 8 side\ with — v To agree with; help. Alan always sides with Johnny in an argument. Gerald sided with the plan to move the club. Contrast: side against …

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  • 9 side with — Synonyms and related words: accord, act with, advocate, agree, agree in opinion, agree with, align with, back, back up, backstop, champion, chime in with, close with, coincide, concur, conform to, ditto, echo, fall in with, flock to, get behind,… …

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  • 10 side with — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. join, aid, incline to; see favor 1 , 2 , help 1 , support 2 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb To aid the cause of by approving or favoring: advocate, back, champion, endorse, get behind, plump for, recommend, stand behind …

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  • 11 side with — favor, support a position in a dispute Her mother always sides with her if they have an argument …

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  • 12 side with — Syn: support, take someone s part, stand by, back, be loyal to, defend, champion, ally oneself with …

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  • 13 ˈside with sb — phrasal verb to agree with and support a particular person in an argument …

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  • 14 side with — verb To choose to take the same point of view as (someone) …

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  • 15 side with — support one opinion in a quarrel …

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  • 16 side with someone — side with (someone) to agree with or support someone. When workers have sued companies for violating their privacy, judges have usually sided with the employer. Usage notes: the opposite meaning is expressed by side against someone to disagree… …

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  • 17 side with somebody (against somebody) — ˈside with sb (against sb/sth) derived to support one person or group in an argument against sb else • The kids always sided with their mother against me. Main entry: ↑sidederived …

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  • 18 side with somebody (against something) — ˈside with sb (against sb/sth) derived to support one person or group in an argument against sb else • The kids always sided with their mother against me. Main entry: ↑sidederived …

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  • 19 side with/against — support or oppose in a conflict or dispute. → side …

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