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  • onside — UK US /ˌɒnˈsaɪd/ adverb ● bring/get/keep sb onside Cf. keep sb onside …   Financial and business terms

  • onside — adj. (Sports) Not offside; being within the prescribed area of play. {offside} [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • onside — ► ADJECTIVE & ADVERB 1) (in sport) not offside. 2) informal in or into a position of agreement …   English terms dictionary

  • onside — [än′sīd′] adv. Sports in the proper position for play; not offside adj. not offside …   English World dictionary

  • onside — [[t]ɒ̱nsa͟ɪd[/t]] 1) ADJ In games such as football and hockey, when an attacking player is onside, they have not broken the rules because at least two players from the opposing team are between them and the goal when the ball is passed to them.… …   English dictionary

  • onside — adjective a) Not in an offside position The goal was allowed because the attacker was onside. b) Favourably located, from the point of view of the player taking a finesse …   Wiktionary

  • onside — adj. Onside is used with these nouns: ↑kick …   Collocations dictionary

  • onside — /ɒnˈsaɪd / (say on suyd) adjective 1. not offside. 2. in agreement, acting favourably: I ll be right now the wife s onside …  

  • onside kick — (Football) A kickoff in which the kicking team attempts to kick the ball only so far as is legally required (beyond the 50 yard line), so as to have a better chance to recover the kicked ball itself; it is a risky type of play used only when the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • onside kick — ☆ onside kick n. Football a kickoff that is deliberately kicked short in the hope that the kicking team can get possession of the ball …   English World dictionary

  • Onside kick — In American and Canadian football, an onside kick (sometimes onsides kick) is a type of kick used at a kickoff or other free kick, or scrimmage kick or other kick during play, in which the ball is kicked favorably for the kicking team to avoid… …   Wikipedia

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