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near-side

  • 1 lado más cercano, el

    = near side, the, near side, the
    Ex. When the heaps of all the sheets of a book had been dried and piled together again, they were set out in signature order on a long table, with the first recto pages upwards and to the near side.
    Ex. When the heaps of all the sheets of a book had been dried and piled together again, they were set out in signature order on a long table, with the first recto pages upwards and to the near side.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lado más cercano, el

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  • near|side — «NIHR SYD», noun, adjective. –n. the side that is nearer or nearest, especially the left side: »We usually mount horses on the nearside. –adj. on or to the near or left side; near; left: »blue smoke arises from the nearside mudguard (Punch).… …   Useful english dictionary

  • near·side — /ˈniɚˌsaıd/ adj Brit : on the left side : ↑left hand The car s nearside headlight is out. the nearside lane the nearside : the left hand side The car was hit on the …   Useful english dictionary

  • Near side — Прилегающая сторона (напр. листа) …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • Near side of the Moon — The names of the major seas and some craters on the near side of the Moon The near side of the Moon is the lunar hemisphere that is permanently turned towards the Earth, whereas the opposite side is the far side of the Moon. Only one side of the… …   Wikipedia

  • near, nearly — Near is used as an adverb (come near me), as an adjective (the near side of the moon), as a preposition (near the house), and as a verb (the train nears the station). Nearly is an adverb only, with such meanings as almost, all but, intimately,… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • near — near1 W1S1 [nıə US nır] adv, prep ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(short distance away)¦ 2¦(short time before)¦ 3¦(almost doing something)¦ 4¦(amount or level)¦ 5¦(similar)¦ 6 near perfect/impossible etc 7 draw near 8 (as) near as damn it 9 near enough …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • near — [[t]nɪər[/t]] adv. and adj. near•er, near•est, prep. v. adv. 1) at, within, or to a short distance; close in space 2) close in time: The new year draws near[/ex] 3) closely with respect to connection, similarity, etc. (often used in combination) …   From formal English to slang

  • near — I UK [nɪə(r)] / US [nɪr] adjective, adverb, preposition *** Summary: Near can be used in the following ways: as a preposition: I lived near the school. ♦ I ll write and let you know nearer the time. as an adverb: Come nearer, and I ll tell you… …   English dictionary

  • near — near1 [ nır ] function word *** Near can be used in the following ways: as a preposition: I lived near the school. I ll write and let you know nearer the time. as an adverb: Come nearer, and I ll tell you the whole story. as an adjective: I went… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • near — /nɪə / (say near) adverb 1. close: near by. 2. nigh; at, within, or to a short distance: to stand near. 3. close at hand in time: New Year s Day is near. 4. close in relation; closely with respect to connection, similarity, etc. 5. Chiefly… …   Australian English dictionary

  • near — adv., prep., adj., & v. adv. 1 (often foll. by to) to or at a short distance in space or time; close by (the time drew near; dropped near to them). 2 closely (as near as one can guess). 3 archaic almost, nearly (very near died). 4 archaic… …   Useful english dictionary

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