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1. Besides definition is - other than, except
2. How to use Besides in a sentence.
3. 1. Besides, moreover both indicate something additional to what has already been stated. Besides often suggests that the addition is in the nature of an afterthought: The bill cannot be paid as yet; Besides, …
4. For the meanings "in addition to" and "except for" Besides should be used: Besides replacing the back stairs, she fixed the broken banister
5. No one Besides Smitty would say a …
6. Besides is a preposition or a linking adverb
7. It means ‘in addition to’ or ‘also’: … (Definition of Besides from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press) Besides …
8. Besides is a preposition or a linking adverb
9. It means ‘in addition to’ or ‘also’: … (Definition of Besides from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press) Besides …
10. 32 synonyms of Besides from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 2 related words, definitions, and antonyms
11. Find 67 ways to say Besides, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
12. Beside, without the s, tells us the location of something. Besides, on the other hand, means “in addition,” “in addition to,” “moreover,” or “as well,” depending on context
13. As a preposition, Besides is defined as in addition to; apart from. Besides the award, there was a write-up in the local paper
14. No one Besides the store manager can make that call. Besides your father, no one else understands where I’m coming from.
15. Synonyms for Besides that include along with that, as well as that, in addition to that, on top of that, extra, additionally, further, furthermore, in addition and on top
16. As a preposition, Besides means except or in addition to
17. As a conjunctive adverb, Besides means also or moreover.
18. Besides can be used in the following ways: as a preposition (followed by a noun): Did you talk to anyone else Besides Joan? as an adverb (without a following noun): I’ve read all the books on the list and a few others Besides.
19. Besides can be used as a synonym for except (e.g., nothing Besides that lamp), or the words together with (e.g., Besides being beautiful, the car was reasonably priced)
20. Advertisement Several phrases use the term beside , not Besides, such as beside oneself and beside the point.
21. An Besides that, my life aint worth savin any way, alongside o yours an bennies
22. There are other cosmogonic myths Besides that of the division of the giant Ymir
23. The presidium performs several functions Besides that of conducting the affairs of the Assembly between sessions.
24. The spelling difference between beside and Besides is a small one, but their meanings and uses are quite different! BESIDE, with no “s” at the end, is used only as a preposition, which means there is always a noun following it
25. In addition to somebody/something; apart from somebody/something We have lots of things in common Besides music
26. Besides working as a doctor, he also writes novels in his spare time
27. I've got no family Besides my parents.
28. I've got no family Besides my parents
29. Besides milk and butter, we need some vegetables
30. Besides milk and cheese, we need vegetables
31. I don't want to go; Besides, I'm too tired
32. Besides The preposition "Besides" means "in addition to" or "apart from." As an adverb, it means "furthermore" or "and another thing." Examples: Besides Craig, who else caught a bass? (Besides is a preposition in this example
33. It means "apart from.") Besides, it's not just about determination
34. (Besides is an adverb in this example.
35. Besides - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
36. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Besides adv adverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down." (also) además adv adverbio: Describe al verbo, al adjetivo o a otro adverbio ("corre rápidamente", "sucede ahora", "muy extraño").
37. Synonyms for Besides in Free Thesaurus
38. 34 synonyms for Besides: apart from, barring, excepting, other than, excluding, as well (as), in addition to, over and above, also, too, further, otherwise
39. ‘And Besides, this rule wasn't made clear to the students in most of the colleges.’ ‘And Besides, the real reason you want a hard case is because of the unspeakable things that happen to cases in airports.’ ‘And Besides, if and when it does happen, he believes it will be an opportunity to …
40. ‘And Besides, this rule wasn't made clear to the students in most of the colleges.’ ‘And Besides, the real reason you want a hard case is because of the unspeakable things that happen to cases in airports.’ ‘And Besides, if and when it does happen, he believes it will be an opportunity to …
41. "Besides" is correct, but "Aside from" and "Apart from" are also both equally correct
42. As prepositions the difference between except and Besides is that except is with the exception of; but while Besides is (obsolete) beside
43. What does Besides mean? Moreover; furthermore
44. Besides is used to emphasize an additional point that you are making, especially one that you consider to be important
45. Besides, I'd grown fond of our little rented house
46. Synonyms: also, too, further, otherwise More Synonyms of Besides
47. Besides adv adverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down." (otherwise, else) oltre a, a parte prep preposizione o locuzione preposizionale : Particella o espressione che determina la funzione sintattica della parola o locuzione seguente: per, in, a causa di
48. Besides can function as an adverb or preposition.
49. Besides (preposition) When used as a preposition, Besides means ‘in addition to’ or ‘as well as’
50. Besides her role as a mother of three, Mary runs a charity and works part-time for her husband’s company
51. [= Mary is a mother of three and she runs a charity and she works part-time.]; Besides a holiday in Mauritius, the competition
52. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Besides be‧sides / bɪˈsaɪdz / adverb, preposition informal 1 AND/ALSO spoken used when adding another reason I need the money
53. And Besides, when I agree to do something, I do it
54. Register In written English, people do not usually use Besides as a sentence adverb
55. Another way to say Besides That? Synonyms for Besides That (other words and phrases for Besides That)
56. Besides the Constitution of the Russian Federation, the competence of the subjects of the Russian Federation with respect to investment activities is established by Tax and Budget legislation of the Russian Federation, the framework Federal Laws "On Foreign Investments in the Russian Federation" and "On Investment
57. Besides is a preposition, usually followed by a noun, and an adverb meaning in addition to, furthermore, also and as well as: Besides Frank, Harry is working on the building
58. Besides, these competencies are essential for defence and security policy as well
59. Besides the toiletries, I have to buy a new bathing suit for the trip
60. The adverb Besides is not usually used on its own with the same meaning as the preposition
61. Besides, I don’t really like parties
62. Definition of Besides in the Definitions.net dictionary
63. What does Besides mean? Information and translations of Besides in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions …
64. 'Besides' used as an adverb You can use Besides when you are making an additional point or giving an additional reason that you think is important
65. I'll only be gone for five days, and Besides …
66. Besides (prep.) attested from c
67. Besides, there's no harm in trying
68. We use "Besides" at the end of a sentence as the word "anyway"
69. He is a good colleague, Besides
70. We use "Besides" followed by a noun / pronoun or Ving
71. Besides Tom, Jack and Celine are
72. Hammond During the whole time of his abode in the university he generally spent thirteen hours of the day in study; by which assiduity Besides an exact dispatch of the whole course of philosophy, he read over in a manner all classic authors that
73. We found 16 answers for “Besides”
74. This page shows answers to the clue Besides, followed by 4 definitions like “Moreover; furthermore”, “(adv.) Alt
75. Of Beside” and “(prep.)Over and above”.A synonym for Besides is further.
76. Still, "Besides" is an interesting hodge-podge of work: live cuts, a cover song and yes, good (but not always great) B-sides from the great Sugar
77. Replacing 'Additionally' with ether 'Besides' or 'Besides that' is much more informal
78. Someone might use 'Besides' rather than 'additionally' when speaking casually but a company making a formal announcement would not normally write the sentence that way, especially if the announcement is a written communication.
79. Besides translation in English - French Reverso dictionary, see also 'beside',beside',besiege',bedside', examples, definition, conjugation
80. Besides, using perfect grammar is not my forte
81. -- Here, Besides means moreover
82. Besides which, using perfect grammar is not my forte
83. The house was a little small but, Besides that, I loved it
84. -- Here, Besides that mean except for that.
85. Besides can be used either a preposition or an adverb
86. As a preposition, Besides means “in addition to” or “apart from“
87. Besides is used as a transition word in writing
88. Besides examples: What are you working on Besides the research project? There will be four of us for dinner Besides Malathi.