aside

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Preposition
aside

  1. If you put something aside, you put it to the side, often because you want to use it later.
    We put some money aside for the children's education.
    The fans were pushed aside by police to let the band go through.
    Aside from the wine, which was terrible, the dinner was excellent.

Noun[change]

Singular
aside

Plural
asides

  1. An aside is something that you write or say that isn't part of your main idea.
    And, just as an aside, I'd like to say that these ideas are not new...