IN MATH: 1. n. in an equation, a member, one of the two expression separated by the equal sign. 2. n. in a triangle or other polygon, one of the line segments forming the figure; an edge. 3. n. in an isosceles triangle, one of the two congruent sides; not the base. 4. n. in a trapezoid, one of the two non parallel edges. 5. n. in a solid, one of the faces. EX. A dodecagon has 12 sides. A dodecahedron has 12 sides. 6. n. in an angle, one of the rays.

IN ENGLISH: 1. an aspect or dimension. EX. He has a good side, too. 2. not front or back. EX. Her right side was paralyzed by a stroke.

APPLICATION: See list 350 and 140.

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