adjective: located or positioned over the side, especially of a ship
adjective: being on the opposite side
adverb: over the side
noun: The side facing up or positioned above; the top side; surface.
noun: The reverse or opposite side (of something).
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
And in the next second, or fraction of second, as Jerry lifted and soared through the air, over the barbed wire of the rail and overboard, while Sniders were being passed up overside from the canoes, Tambi fired his next hasty shot.
I heard a splash overside from the waist of the ship, and knew the carcass had been flung overboard.
Henry was the fourteenth of us to go overside into the dark and salty disintegration of the sea.
Finnish carpenter, hove overside as a Jonah by his fellows who believed that Finns control the winds; and Mike Cipriani and Bill
I began experimentally by tossing small chunks of fat pork and crusts of stale bread overside.
jūr. a iškraunamas per bortą
overside delivery iškrovimas į kitą laivą adv per bortą