English version

aside from somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaside from somebody/somethingaside from somebody/somethingespecially American English a) EXCEPTexcept for syn apart from Aside from Durang’s performance, the actors are ordinary. b) AND/ALSOin addition to In the poetry competition, aside from Hass, are four other entrants. aside
Examples from the Corpus
aside from somebody/somethingAside from coal, copper is the state's largest natural resource.Aside from helpful tips, the book also contains a guide to the city's restaurants.
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