laterally laterally


  1. (adv) to or by or from the side
  2. (adv) in a lateral direction or location


  1. An employee can request to do more or less travel or client service, say, or to move laterally into a new role changes that may or may not come with a pay cut.
  2. They devised a pulley system that warped the shape of the wings in midflight to turn the plane and to stop it from rolling laterally in air.
  3. I've been failing myself laterally for about 15 years now.


  • Fans find disc golf a game for the season -

    EASTON -- Let’s get started: Position yourself at a 90 degree-angle from your target. Plant your feet in a comfortable, wide stance. Swivel your body, cross your throwing arm laterally across your chest -- then release and follow through. This is the basic drive -- or starting/distance shot -- in disc golf, known less formally as Frisbee golf. You might be thinking: Frisbee? That’s ...
    on June 30, 2013     Source: Boston Globe

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