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set aside

  

      vb   tr, adv  
1    to reserve for a special purpose; put to one side  
2    to discard, dismiss, or quash  
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aside  
      adv  
1    on or to one side  
they stood aside to let him pass     
2    out of hearing; in or into seclusion  
he took her aside to tell her of his plan     
3    away from oneself  
he threw the book aside     
4    out of mind or consideration  
he put aside all fears     
5    in or into reserve  
to put aside money for old age     
6    aside from   prep     (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)  
a    besides  
he has money aside from his possessions     
b    except for  
he has nothing aside from the clothes he stands in         Compare       apart       7  
      n  
7    something spoken by an actor, intended to be heard by the audience, but not by the others on stage  
8    any confidential statement spoken in undertones  
9    a digression  


brush aside   , away  
      vb   tr, adv   to dismiss without consideration; disregard  
lay aside  
      vb   tr, adv  
1    to abandon or reject  
2    to store or reserve for future use  
put aside  
      vb   tr, adv  
1    to move (an object, etc.) to one side, esp. in rejection  
2    to store up; save  
to put money aside for a rainy day     
3    to ignore or disregard  
let us put aside our differences     
set aside  
      vb   tr, adv  
1    to reserve for a special purpose; put to one side  
2    to discard, dismiss, or quash  
set-aside  
      n  
a    (in the European Union) a scheme in which a proportion of farmland is taken out of production in order to reduce surpluses or maintain or increase prices of a specific crop  
b    (as modifier)  
set-aside land     

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set aside

  
1    earmark, keep, keep back, put on one side, reserve, save, select, separate, set apart, single out  
2    abrogate, annul, cancel, discard, dismiss, nullify, overrule, overturn, quash, reject, render null and void, repudiate, reverse  

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aside  
1   
      adv   alone, alongside, apart, away, beside, in isolation, in reserve, on one side, out of mind, out of the way, privately, separately, to one side, to the side  
2   
      n   departure, digression, excursion, excursus, interpolation, interposition, parenthesis, tangent  


brush aside     
discount, dismiss, disregard, have no time for, ignore, kiss off     (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   override, sweep aside  
lay aside     
abandon, cast aside, dismiss, postpone, put aside, put off, reject, shelve  
put aside   , by  
1    cache, deposit, keep in reserve, lay by, salt away, save, squirrel away, stockpile, store, stow away  
2    bury, discount, disregard, forget, ignore  
set aside  
1    earmark, keep, keep back, put on one side, reserve, save, select, separate, set apart, single out  
2    abrogate, annul, cancel, discard, dismiss, nullify, overrule, overturn, quash, reject, render null and void, repudiate, reverse  

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