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else

adjective, adverb /els/
besides; other than that already mentioned
más, otro
What else can I do? Can we go anywhere else? He took someone else’s pencil.
elsewhere adverb in, or to, another place; somewhere or anywhere else
en otro sitio, en otra parte
You must look elsewhere if you want a better-paid job.
or else otherwise
si no, o si no
He must have missed the train – or else he’s ill.
Translations of “else”
in Vietnamese thêm vào hoặc ngoài (cái đã được đề cập)…
in Thai นอกจากนี้…
in Malaysian lain…
in French (d’)autre, de plus…
in German andere (-r/-s)…
in Indonesian selain itu…
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