sideline

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} tâli hat
yan hat
basketbol yan çizgi
ek iş
kenar çizgisi
ek görev
yan çizgi

Tom yan çizgide kaldı. - Tom stayed on the sideline.

Devre dışı bırakmak

The caliph enjoyed absolute power, one that sidelined the ulama to merely a consultative role.

yan iş/yan çizgi
{i} yan çizgisi
{i} tâli yol
asıl mesleğinden ayrı meşguliyet sahası
{i} asıl işten farklı ikinci bir gelir kaynağı olan iş
sorumlu olmayan bir kimsenin görüşü
{i} yan yol
team
(Spor) taç çizgisi
futbol
sideline somebody
açığa almak
Englisch - Englisch
To place on the sidelines; to bench or to keep someone out of play

The coach sidelined the player until he regained his strength.

Something that is additional or extra or that exists around the edges or margins of a main item

Soup need not be just a sideline to a meal; if you like, it can be the main course.

The area outside the playing field beyond each sideline

The coach stood on the sidelines and bellowed commands at the team.

To remove or keep out of circulation

The illness sidelined him for weeks.

The outside or perimeter of any activity

She installed the whole fixture while he simply watched from the sidelines.

A line at the side of something, as in "the yellow sideline of the road"
A line defining the side boundary of a playing field
the boundary line that runs the length of the field along each side; a ball carrier or ball that touches or crosses the sideline is out of bounds
A boundary line marking a side of the court
The line that runs the length of the field on both sides, from goal to goal Also called the touchline
A sideline is something that you do in addition to your main job in order to earn extra money. Mr. Means sold computer disks as a sideline
an auxiliary line of merchandise
One of the two boundary lines that run from baseline to baseline
The sidelines are the lines marking the long sides of the playing area, for example on a football field or tennis court
{i} line of merchandise that is secondary to the principal line; secondary business or activity; line that marks the boundary on a playing field (Sports); area located immediately outside the boundary on a playing field (Sports)
Another name for pit percussion
The boundaries of a playing field
a line that marks the side boundary of a playing field
If someone or something is sidelined, they are made to seem unimportant and not included in what people are doing. He was under pressure to resign and was about to be sidelined. if you are sidelined, you are unable to play in a sports game because you are injured, or unable to take part in an activity because you are not as good as someone else
A boundary line on each side of the field Also called a "touchline"
an auxiliary line of merchandise a line that marks the side boundary of a playing field
If you are on the sidelines in a situation, you do not influence events at all, either because you have chosen not to be involved, or because other people have not involved you. France no longer wants to be left on the sidelines when critical decisions are taken
an auxiliary activity
sidelines
plural form of sideline The lines marking the edges
sidelines
The lines marking the edges
sidelines
{i} hypothetical viewpoint that refers to noninvolvement in a stock; just watching; (Basketball) two boundary lines running the length of the court
sidelines
2 boundary lines that run the length of the court
sidelines
Used in the context of general equities Hypothetical area referring to non-involvement, merely watching, in a stock
sidelines
The area or areas next to but outside a playing area
sideline
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