Aside and Out of the way


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Aside adverb – On or to one side.
Out of the way and aside are semantically related. in to one side topic. In some cases you can use "Out of the way" instead an adverb "Aside", when it comes to topics like away from.
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Out of the way

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Out of the way adverb – In a remote location or at a distance from the usual route.
Aside and out of the way are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Aside" instead an adverb phrase "Out of the way".
Synonyms for Out of the way

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  • Literature / Death Star The corridor is narrow enough that one or the other is going to have to move out of the way, and Tenn wonders if he should step aside or just walk toward Vader until he moves out of the way, as that's a common game in the Imperial Navy to see who backs down first.
  • That aside, one of the glyphs is a bit out of the way, so it's easy to miss that one.
  • The director continually yells at him to move out of the way (as suggested by the Tramp's reactions and gestures off-camera) and comes out from behind the camera to shove him aside.
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Out of the way or Aside. 2016. Accessed February 27, 2020.

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