US: /ˈsaɪdˌweɪz/
UK: /sˈa‍ɪdwe‍ɪz/

English Vietnamese dictionary

sideways /'saidweiz/ (sidewise) /'saidwaiz/
  • phó từ
    • qua một bên, về một bên
      • to jump sideways: nhảy sang một bên
      • to step sideways: bước sang một bên

Advanced English dictionary

+ adverb
1 to, towards or from the side: He looked sideways at her. + The truck skidded sideways across the road. + He has been moved sideways (= moved to another job at the same level as before, not higher or lower).
2 with one side facing forwards: She sat sideways on the chair. + The sofa will only go through the door sideways.
sideways adjective: She slid him a sideways glance. + a sideways move
Idioms see KNOCK v.

Thesaurus dictionary

obliquely, laterally, edgeways, edge on, sidelong, crabwise, indirectly, US and Canadian edgewise:
The dresser will go through the door if you turn it sideways.

Concise English dictionary

+(of movement) at an angle
+with one side forward or to the front
+from the side; obliquely
+toward one side
+to, toward or at one side