aside from

preposition

Definition of aside from

1 chiefly US :in addition to :besides
  • Aside from being well written, the book is also beautifully illustrated.
2 chiefly US :except for
  • Aside from us, there were only a half dozen people there.

Examples of aside from in a Sentence

  1. aside from the C in geometry, he made all A's this term

First Known Use of aside from

1790


ASIDE FROM Defined for Kids

aside from

preposition

Definition of aside from for Students

:with the exception of
  • Aside from a few pieces of bread, the food is gone.


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