Definition of aside from preposition from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

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aside from

preposition
 
;
 
(especially North American English)
 
= apart fromAside from a few scratches, I'm OK.
Usage noteUsage note: exceptMaking an exceptionShe wrote all of the songs on the album except for the final track.Apart from/aside from the final track, all of the songs on the album were written by her.The songwriting — with a few minor exceptions — is of a very high quality.With only one or two exceptions, the songwriting is of a very high quality.The majority of the compositions are less than three minutes long, with the notable exception of the title track.With the exception of the title track, this album is a huge disappointment.Here is a list of all the band's CDs, excluding unofficial ‘bootleg’ recordings.