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Translation of "else" - English-Turkish dictionary

else

adverb     /els/
IN ADDITION A2 in addition to someone or something başka, başka birşey, ayrıca Would you like anything else to eat? What else did he say?Also, extra, and in addition
DIFFERENT A2 different from someone or something başka; farklı I don't like it here. Let's go somewhere else. I didn't say that. It must have been someone else.Different and difference
OTHER A2 other things or people diğerleri, başka I forgot my toothbrush, but I remembered everything else.Also, extra, and in addition
or else used to compare two different things or situations yoksa, aksi takdirde He talks to her all the time, or else he completely ignores her.Comparing and contrasting B2 used to say what will happen if another thing does not happen ya da We must be there by six, or else we'll miss the beginning.Dangers and threatsThreats and warnings
if all else fails if no other plan is successful eğer herşey başarısız olursa/tepe taklak giderse If all else fails, you're welcome to stay at our house.Failing and doing badly
(Definition of else from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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