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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishside-onˌside-ˈon adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š SIDEcoming from one side rather than from in front or behind πŸ”Š a side-on collision β€”side-on adverb
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side-onβ€’ After a while John Nienaber called for a shot of the crowd from the side-on camera.β€’ When the striking foot is back on the ground, the student falls automatically into a side-on right back stance.β€’ Now we know why the bream weighs less than a side-on view suggests it should.
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