siding

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noun sid·ing \ˈsī-diŋ\

Definition of siding

  1. 1 archaic :  the taking of sides :  partisanship

  2. 2 :  a short railroad track connected with the main track

  3. 3 :  material (such as boards or metal or plastic pieces) forming the exposed surface of outside walls of frame buildings

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First Known Use of siding

1600


SIDING Defined for English Language Learners

siding

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Definition of siding for English Language Learners

  • : long pieces of material that are used to cover the outside walls of a building

  • : a short railroad track that is connected with the main track


SIDING Defined for Kids

siding

noun sid·ing \ˈsī-diŋ\

Definition of siding for Students

  1. 1 :  a short railroad track connected with the main track

  2. 2 :  material (as boards or metal pieces) used to cover the outside walls of frame buildings



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