Bedeutung von “otherwise” — Learner’s Dictionary

otherwise

adverb us uk /ˈʌðəwaɪz/
Extra Examples
He's a bit noisy, but otherwise he's a very good boy.I thought the film was too long, but otherwise I enjoyed it.Some of the stock was destroyed in the fire, but otherwise there was no serious damage.Trains are not stopping at Russell Square, but otherwise there is a normal service.She's got a meeting at lunchtime, but otherwise she'll be available all day.
EXCEPT

B2 except for what has just been referred to:

She hurt her arm in the accident, but otherwise she was fine.
DIFFERENT

different to what has just been stated:

It's obvious they're in love, so it's silly of them to pretend otherwise.
I'll meet you there at 6 o'clock unless I hear otherwise.
I'd like to help you with any problems, financial or otherwise.

(Definition von “otherwise adverb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)