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English definition of “other”

other

determiner (ADDITIONAL)    /ˈʌð.ər/ US  //
A1 as well as the thing or person already mentioned: The product has many other time-saving features. There is no other work available at the moment. There is only one other person who could help us. Are there any other people we should speak to? I've found one earring - do you know where the other one is? → See also anotherAlso, extra, and in addition A1 used at the end of a list to show that there are more things, without being exact about what they are: The plan has been opposed by schools, businesses and other local organizations. These two books will be especially useful for editors, journalists and other professional users of the language.Also, extra, and in addition anotherGrammar:Other, others, the other or another?See moreGrammar:OtherOther means ‘additional or extra’, or ‘alternative’, or ‘different types of’.See moreGrammar:The otherSee moreGrammar:AnotherWhen we use the indefinite article an before other, we write it as one word: another. Another means ‘one more’ or ‘an additional or extra’, or ‘an alternative or different’.See moreGrammar:Other, others, the other or another: typical errorsSee more
(Definition of other determiner (ADDITIONAL) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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