side with

side with(
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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. ponerse de parte de
My parents always side with my sister when we fight.Mis padres siempre se ponen de parte de mi hermana cuando peleamos.
b. ponerse del lado de
I thought Natalia and I had the same opinion about this issue, but she sided with David in the argument.Pensé que Natalia y yo compartíamos opinión acerca de este asunto, pero ella se puso del lado de David en la discusión.
c. tomar partido por
I'm not siding with anyone. You guys have to work this out.No tomo partido por nadie. Ustedes tienen que resolverlo.
d. alinearse con
Neutral at first, the United States eventually sided with the Allies in World War I.Inicialmente neutral, los Estados Unidos eventualmente se alinearon con los Aliados en la Primera Guerra Mundial.
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