nearside

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adjective near·side \ˈnir-ˌsīd\

Definition of nearside

British

  1. :  left-hand 1

nearside

noun

Examples of nearside in a Sentence

  1. The car's nearside headlight is out.

First Known Use of nearside

1723




NEARSIDE Defined for English Language Learners

nearside

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adjective

Definition of nearside for English Language Learners

  • : on the left side

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