• Definition for "another"
    • yet another; yet another: had another sit down…
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another definition

  • adjective:
    • yet another; yet another: had another sit down elsewhere.
    • Distinctly not the same as the first: took another approach to town.
    • several other: delay to some other time.
    • some of numerous options; other
  • pronoun:
    • one more one: one encore followed by another.
    • another one: This clothing is just too huge; I'll decide to try another.
    • among an undetermined number or group: for one reason or another. See Usage Note at each and every various other.
  • determiner:
    • Another, along with an old number; a moment or extra one, comparable in likeness or in impact.
    • not similar; various.
    • Any or some; any different individual, indefinitely; anyone else; someone else.
  • preposition:
    • an additional, besides a former quantity; a second or extra one, similar in likeness or perhaps in result.
    • not similar; different.
    • Any or some; any different individual, indefinitely; anybody else; someone else.
  • others:
    • an additional, an additional, an additional; another, one further: with a noun expressed or grasped. Of the same series.
    • “You mistake me personally, buddy,” cries Partridge: “I didn't indicate to abuse the cloth; we just stated your conclusion was a non sequitur.”
    • Of the same sort, nature, or character, though various in compound: utilized by method of contrast.
    • another, distinct (with a noun expressed or recognized); especially, of people, someone different, some body else, anyone else. Distinct set up, time, or character, or non-identical separately.
    • Of a unique kind, nature, or personality, although exact same in substance: used by means of contrast: as, he has become another man.
    • [Another constantly implies a number of a couple of, you start with one, which will be often always indicated: since, he tried one, after which another; he went a good way, and I also went another; they sought out one after another.
    • This is certainly: Bear ye (each of you) another's burdens. Therefore both (which see, under each).
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