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others

pronoun  /ˈʌð·ərz/ us  
Others also refers to people in general, not the person you are talking to or about: You shouldn’t expect others to do your work for you.
Translations of “others”
in Korean 다른 사람…
in Arabic الآخَرون…
in Portuguese outros, -as…
in Catalan d’altres…
in Japanese 他の人たち…
in Italian gli altri…
in Russian другие (люди)…
in Turkish başkaları, ötekileri, diğerleri…
in Polish inni…
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