【On one’s side 站在某人的一边】
As a friend, I'm always on your side.
【On one’s good side 讨好某人】
Tom didn't like me at first, but I finally got on his good side by
always telling jokes.
【On the bright side往好的方面想】
On the bright side, I did buy the insurance for this accident.
【On the safe side 安全起见】
Let's be on the safe side and drive slow.
side by side并肩；一起；并排
by the side of在...附近；和...在一起比较
at the side of与…相比；在…旁边；在……的边上
dark side 阴暗面；暗边
1. N-COUNT 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. 一侧
2. N-COUNT The side of an object, building, or vehicle is any of its flat surfaces which is not considered to be its front, its back, its top, or its bottom. 侧面
3. N-COUNT The sides of an area or surface are its edges. 边缘
4. N-COUNT If someone is by your side or at your side, they stay near you and give you comfort or support. 身边