English version

put/leave/set something to one side

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput/leave/set something to one sideput/leave/set something to one sideto save something to be dealt with or used later Let’s leave that question to one side for now. Put a little money to one side each week. side
Examples from the Corpus
put/leave/set something to one sideShe put it to one side, and opened the folder of photographs.Graham has no plans to fly this aircraft at present and will put it to one side as soon as assembly and testing is complete.
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