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else

adverb
 
 
/els/
used after words beginning with any-, every-, no- and some-, or after how, what, where, who, why but not which, to mean other, another, different, extra
(用于以 any-,every-,no- 和 some- 开头的词后面,或用于 how,what,where,who,why 之后,但不用于 which 之后)其他,另外,别的
Everybody else has (= All the other people have) agreed except for you.
除了你其他人都同意了。
If it doesn't work, try something else (= something different).
如果这个行不通,试试别的。
Let's go before they ask us to visit anyone else (= another person).
趁他们还没有让我们再去拜访别人,我们还是走吧。
It's not my bag. It must be someone else's (= it must belong to another person).
这不是我的包,肯定是别人的。
The book isn't here. Where else (= In what other place) should I look?
书不在这儿,我该再到哪儿去看看呢?
He came to see you. Why else (= For what other reason) would he come?
他来是为了见你,他还能有什么别的目的?
After I'd thanked them I didn't know what else (= what other things) to say.
我对他们道了谢,然后就不知道该说些什么了。
Different and differenceAlso, extra, and in addition
(Definition of else from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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