besides definition

  • adverb:
    • furthermore; additionally.
    • Moreover; additionally.
    • Otherwise; else: is to Mexico but no place besides.
    • additionally; additionally
    • moreover; furthermore
    • usually; else
    • On one side.
    • above that; past; perhaps not within the quantity, or in exactly what happens to be discussed; more over; additionally.
    • furthermore
    • making an additional point; anyhow
    • also; in addition.
    • furthermore; moreover.
    • usually; else: has-been to Mexico but no place besides.
    • additionally; in addition
    • moreover; moreover
    • otherwise; else
    • on a single part.
    • over that; past; perhaps not contained in the number, or perhaps in exactly what is mentioned; more over; furthermore.
    • besides
    • making one more point; anyway
  • preposition:
    • along with.
    • Except for; except that: No one form owner could manage canine.
    • beside
    • in addition, and
    • besides; except for; instead of
    • Over and above; separate or distinct from; along with; aside from; else than. See beside, prep., 3, and Syn. under beside.
    • along with.
    • Except for; besides: No one aside from the owner could get a handle on your dog.
    • beside
    • also, and
    • besides; excluding; rather than
    • past; individual or distinct from; besides; besides; else than. See beside, prep., 3, and Syn. under beside.
  • others:
    • furthermore; over that; further.
    • furthermore; over and above; as well.
    • Not included in that pointed out; usually; else.
    • On one side; apart.
    • Sometimes beside.
    • By the side of; near.
    • in addition to; separate or distinct from; and: as, besides these honors he received much cash.
    • Other than; except; bating.
    • Beyond; far from: as, quite besides the Subject.
    • furthermore; a lot more than that; more.
    • furthermore; past; and.
    • Not incorporated into that pointed out; usually; else.
    • using one part; apart.
    • Occasionally beside.
    • because of the part of; near.
    • in addition to; split or distinct from; and: as, besides these awards he obtained much money.
    • Other than; except; bating.
    • past; far from: because, rather besides the topic.

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