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Meaning of “again” - Learner’s Dictionary

again

adverb     /əˈɡen/
REPEAT
A1 once more: I'll ask her again. I'll see you again next week.Continually and repeatedly
AS BEFORE
A2 as before: Get some rest and you'll soon be well again.In the past
again and again
B1 many times: He played the same song again and again.Continually and repeatedly
all over again
B2 repeated from the beginning: We had to start all over again.Continually and repeatedly
then/there again
used when adding a fact to something you have just said: I failed my history test - but then again, I didn't do much studying for it.Also, extra, and in addition
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