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take aside

Also, take to one side. Talk to another privately or away from others, as in The doctor took Pat aside to explain what she had to do, or The boss took William to one side rather than criticize his work in front of his colleagues.
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  • Here he fumbled for a brief time, managing presently to take aside the bar.

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