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otherpronoun

 us   /ˈʌð·ər/

other pronoun (PART OF A SET)

the second of two things or people, or the item or person that is left from a group or set of things: Hold the racket in one hand and the ball in the other. Some people like living in big cities, but others prefer the suburbs.or other Or other is used after words such as some, someone, something, or somewhere when you cannot be exact about what you are saying: The event will be held in some park or other.

otheradjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈʌð·ər/

other adjective [not gradable] (MORE)

more of the same kind as the item or person already mentioned: In addition to the microwave oven, the kitchen has several other modern appliances. There is one other point I would like to discuss with you. Are there any other people you want to invite? Other can be used at the end of a list to show that there are more items without being exact about what they are: milk, cheese, and other dairy products

other adjective [not gradable] (DIFFERENT)

different from the item or person already mentioned: I’m going to have to take the car – there’s no other way to get there. Ask me some other time, when I’m not so busy.

other adjective [not gradable] (PART OF A SET)

The other end/side means the opposite end or side: Put this chair at the other end of the table. Jeanne was waiting on the other side of the street.
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