What does on either side mean?

What does on either side mean?

on one side of something and on the other side of it. on either side of: There were stone lions on either side of the door.

Is it either side or sides?

In most cases either mean ”one side” or ”one of them”, however the word can also be used to indicate ”both sides” but you can instead use the word ”neither” in that case.

Can either mean both?

You can also use either to mean both: Friends sat on either side of me on the plane.

What means both sides?

—used to refer to the people who support a position together with the people who support the opposing position People on both sides of the dispute agree that changes are necessary.

How do you use the word either?

Either is used when referring to a choice between two options. For example, “Either one deserves to win.” Or, “Either you leave, or I will phone the police.” It can also be used in a negative way, instead of the words also or too.

Can either mean as well?

As well / Too are used with an affirmative verb when you are agreeing with something someone does or likes etc. Either is used with a negative verb when you are agreeing with something someone doesn’t do or like etc.

What’s another word for either?

What is another word for either?

both each
each of two one and the other

Does on either side mean both sides?

“On both sides of” means something is on both sides of something. There are spots on both sides on the dog. “On either side” can have two meanings: 1) Something is on both sides of something. “There are spots on either sides of the dog.” 2) Something can go on one side or the other.

What do you call someone who sees both sides?

A person capable of seeing a situation from multiple perspectives might be referred to as schizophrenic, using the word in its slang sense “Behaving as if one has more than one personality”.

How do you use either way?

—used to say that whether one or the other of usually two possible decisions, actions, or results is chosen the result will be the same I’m not sure if I will take the bus or train, but either way I will be there tonight.

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