a line at the side of something.
a business or activity pursued in addition to one’s primary business; a second occupation.
an additional or auxiliary line of goods:
a grocery store with a sideline of household furnishings.
either of the two lines defining the side boundaries of a field or court.
sidelines, the area immediately beyond either sideline, where the substitute players sit.
sidelines, the position or point of view taken by a person who observes an activity or situation but does not directly participate in it.
verb (used with object), sidelined, sidelining.
to render incapable of participation, especially in anything involving vigorous, physical action, as a sport:
An injury to his throwing arm sidelined the quarterback for two weeks.
(sport) a line that marks the side boundary of a playing area
a subsidiary interest or source of income
an auxiliary business activity or line of merchandise
to prevent (a player) from taking part in a game
to prevent (a person) from pursuing a particular activity, operation, career, etc
verb (used without object) 1. to transfer software, data, etc., from one local system or device to another, typically from one’s computer to a mobile device. verb (used with object) 2. to transfer (software, data, etc.) by this process: It’ll take two more minutes to sideload my podcasts to my phone.
noun 1. earlock.
adjective 1. directed to one side: a sidelong glance. 2. inclined or slanting to one side. 3. indirect; roundabout: sidelong comments about his appearance. adverb 4. toward the side; obliquely. adjective (prenominal) 1. directed or inclining to one side 2. indirect or oblique adverb 3. from the side; obliquely
noun, plural sidemen [sahyd-men, -muh n] /ˈsaɪdˌmɛn, -mən/ (Show IPA) 1. an instrumentalist in a band or orchestra. 2. an instrumentalist supporting a soloist or a principal performer. noun (pl) -men 1. a member of a dance band or a jazz group other than the leader