Aside

Aside

aside |əˈsīd| adverb to one side; out of the way: he pushed his plate aside | they stood aside to let a car pass | she must put aside all her antagonistic feelings. in reserve; for future use: she set aside some money for rent. used to indicate that one is dismissing something from consideration, or that one is shifting from one topic or tone of discussion to another: joking aside, I’ve certainly had my fill.