side against

side against
index counter, counteract, disapprove (reject), fight (counteract), oppugn

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • side against — [phrasal verb] side against (someone) : to not agree with (someone) : to not support the opinions or actions of (someone) They both sided against [=opposed] me. His father sided with his mother against him …   Useful english dictionary

  • side against — {v.} To join or be on the side that is against; disagree with; oppose. * /Bill and Joe sided against me in the argument./ * /We sided against the plan to go by plane./ Contrast: SIDE WITH …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • side against — {v.} To join or be on the side that is against; disagree with; oppose. * /Bill and Joe sided against me in the argument./ * /We sided against the plan to go by plane./ Contrast: SIDE WITH …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • side\ against — v To join or be on the side that is against; disagree with; oppose. Bill and Joe sided against me in the argument. We sided against the plan to go by plane. Contrast: side with …   Словарь американских идиом

  • side with someone — side with (someone) to agree with or support someone. When workers have sued companies for violating their privacy, judges have usually sided with the employer. Usage notes: the opposite meaning is expressed by side against someone to disagree… …   New idioms dictionary

  • side with — (someone) to agree with or support someone. When workers have sued companies for violating their privacy, judges have usually sided with the employer. Usage notes: the opposite meaning is expressed by side against someone to disagree with or not… …   New idioms dictionary

  • side — [[t]sa͟ɪd[/t]] ♦ sides, siding, sided 1) N COUNT: usu prep N of n The side of something is a position to the left or right of it, rather than in front of it, behind it, or on it. On one side of the main entrance there s a red plaque. ...a… …   English dictionary

  • side — I n. right or left part 1) the left; right side 2) the credit; debit side (of a ledger) 3) on a side (on the sunny side of the street) faction, party 4) to take smb. s side; to take sides ( to support a faction ) 5) the losing; right; winning;… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • side — /saɪd / (say suyd) noun 1. one of the surfaces or lines bounding a thing. 2. either of the two surfaces of paper, cloth, etc. 3. one of the two surfaces of an object other than the front, back, top, and bottom. 4. either of the two lateral (right …   Australian-English dictionary

  • side with — {v.} To agree with; help. * /Alan always sides with Johnny in an argument./ * /Gerald sided with the plan to move the club./ Contrast: SIDE AGAINST …   Dictionary of American idioms

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