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either

adverb
 
 
/ˈaɪðər, ˈiːðər/
B1 used in negative sentences to mean that something else is also true: The menu is boring and it's not cheap either. I don't eat meat and Sam doesn't either.Also, extra, and in addition
Translations of “either”
in Arabic أَيضا, ولا حَتّى…
in Korean 게다가 -도…
in Malaysian juga…
in French d’ailleurs…
in Turkish de, da…
in Italian nemmeno, neanche…
in Chinese (Traditional) (在否定句中代表 also 或 too)也…
in Russian также, тоже (в отриц. предл.)…
in Polish też (nie), ani…
in Vietnamese ngoài ra…
in Spanish además…
in Portuguese também não…
in Thai เช่นกัน…
in German auch nicht…
in Catalan a més a més, tampoc…
in Japanese (否定文の後で)~でもない…
in Indonesian lebih-lebih…
in Chinese (Simplified) (在否定句中代表 also 或 too)也…
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