take (one's) side

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take (one's) side

To support or side with one in an argument. You always take your wife's side, even if you don't agree with her! Thank you for taking my side at the meeting. I was starting to feel like I was on my own in there.
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3 (ANI): The Delta Air Lines on Friday refused to take sides in the debate over gun control reform regarding its decision to no longer offer discounts to National Rifle Association members.
then 'the biggest accounting firm west of the Mississippi,' as its old partners loved to point out - was known to take sides whenever business issues were brought before him.
In the meantime, tell your friends to back off and not to take sides.
Yet Britain as a nation had no desire to take sides in the religious war between Christian and Islamic extremism.
Finally, please God, let there be no Catholic publication that will take sides in the 2000 or any other political campaign, impugning one or the other candidate.