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another

adjective, pronoun  us   /əˈnʌð·ər/

another adjective, pronoun (ADDITIONAL)

one more (person or thing) or an additional (amount): We have two tickets and need another (one). Summer will be here in another three months (= three months in the future). We have room in the car for another if we all sit close together.

another adjective, pronoun (DIFFERENT)

a different (person or thing): Do you want to exchange this dress for another (one), or do you want your money back? It’s raining today, so we’ll have to have the picnic another day.
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