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other

adjective, determiner   /ˈʌð·ər/
A1 different from a thing or person that you have talked about otro Ask me some other time, when I’m not so busy.
A2 used to talk about the remaining members of a group or items in a set otro I’ve found one earring – where’s the other one? Mario and Anna sat down to watch the other dancers.
B1 more, not this or these otro I don’t like pie – do you have any other desserts? I don’t think he’s funny, but other people do.
the other day, week, etc.
B1 a day or week in the recent past el otro día, hace unas semanas, etc. I asked Carlos about it just the other day.
the other side/end (of something)
B1 the opposite side or end of something el otro lado/extremo (de algo) Put the chair at the other end of the desk.
the other way round/around
happening in the opposite way al revés I thought the adults would be slower than the children, but it was the other way round.
the other way around
happening in the opposite way al revés I thought the adults would be slower than the children, but it was the other way around.
pronoun   /ˈʌð·ər/
A2 a thing or person that is part of this set otro Hold the racket in one hand and the ball in the other. Some of the pieces were damaged, while others were missing.
others
B1 other people los demás Don’t expect others to do your work for you.
others
more things of the same type más This bowl is broken – do you have any others?
the others
the rest of the people in a group los demás Where are the others?
(Definition of other from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

other

/ˈaðə/
adjective, pronoun the second of two otro I have lost my other glove I’ve got one of my gloves, but I can’t find the other (one).
adjective, pronoun those people, things etc not mentioned, present etc; additional otros Some of them have arrived – where are the others? The baby is here and the other children are at school.
adjective (with day, weeketc) recently past otro I saw him just the other day/morning.
otherwise adverb
in every other way except this aparte de eso, por lo demás She has a big nose, but otherwise she is very good-looking.
doing, thinking etc something else de otra manera, de manera distinta I am otherwise engaged this evening.
no/none other than
the very same person as ni más ni menos The man who had sent the flowers was none other than the man she had spoken to the night before.
other than
except aparte de, salvo There was no-one there other than an old woman.
somehow or other
in some way or by some means not known or decided sea como sea I’ll finish this job on time somehow or other.
someone/something or other
a person or thing that is not known alguien/algo Someone or other broke that window.
somewhere or other
in one place if not in another; in some place not known or decided en algún lugar He must have hidden it somewhere or other.
(Definition of other from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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