2nd: since, every single other time; almost every other week.
In particular — Second of two: hence with singular substantives only, and regularly preceded by the. The antecedent correlative to the other is one or the one. In these combinations a possessive pronoun may take the place of the. Also used absolutely without repetition of the noun referred to.
Second of a pair; ergo, left (unlike right).
2nd of two opposites; other; contrary: as, others side of the road.
Second in an effort of idea, though first or earlier in an effort of-fact; for this reason, next preceding, or (taken substantively) that which instantly preceded.
Additional; more; thus, besides this (or these, that or those): with or without a clause with than or but after, indicated or comprehended.
not the same as this (the person or thing in view or under consideration or simply just specified); owned by a course, group, or sort away from, or apart and separate in identity or character from (that which is mentioned or perhaps is implied); different: used in combination with or without a definitive or long term (the, that, an, any, some, etc.) preceding, and sometimes used (as a comparative) by a clause with than: commonly used also as correlative to the, one, or some preceding: because, he was occupied with other reflections; this guy I'm sure, another guy I never ever saw prior to; some males look for wealth, other males look for popularity.
the 2nd of two reciprocally, either of two becoming considered topic or item subsequently: since, each as well as other; often as well as other; the one while the various other. See each.
an extra person or thing: in buildings like in def. 3.
someone different or thing from the one out of view or under consideration or just specified: in the same buildings once the adjective, the real difference being when you look at the fact that using adjective a noun is often expressed or obviously implied in the framework.