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    Red face The meaning of a phrase

    What is the definition of
    give your side?


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    Re: The meaning of a phrase

    You need to provide a fuller context.

    Do you mean "To give your side of something"? It means to provide your view of a situation.

    "I want to be able to give my side of the story about the row in the office" >> I want to present what I see as the truth about the row in the office

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