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Spanish translation of “else”

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.
(Definition of else from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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