Definition of 'again'
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We are sure they will use chemical weapons again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What she wants most of all is to see her mum and dad back together again. The Sun (2016)Most similar countries spend nearly half as much again and many far more. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There will be all the chat again about my nationality. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We did and had a brilliant time again. The Sun (2016)We have been working on it for it not to happen again. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Now and again she tosses her hair. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He says we should go off and have our fun and meet up again when he gets home. The Sun (2016)Tyson Fury has let fans down yet again. The Sun (2016)We lied and lied and lied again about this. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The remaining stock can be used again for second helpings of this delicious soup. A Passion for Food (1989)Will tried to conjure up their blissful months together but before long he spiralled back down again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Again much will depend on how quick his signings settle in. The Sun (2015)We have been hearing the same issues raised time and again over the past couple of years. Times, Sunday Times (2008)My fear it would go wrong again was overwhelming. The Sun (2012)We parted with vague plans to meet again in a couple of weeks. Christianity Today (2000)We have to make things happen again. The Sun (2008)All actors have a little free time now and again. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So she went looking for treatments that would help her feel good about herself again. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It would be so nice to be able to use it again. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She has a day off and then comes back again tomorrow to begin the individual sprint. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Time and again he was asked how he felt. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The best outcome could be an agreement simply to meet again. Times, Sunday Times (2007)These things happen and will happen again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Again use elastic to bind the remainder together. The Sun (2010)And it is not surprising at all that they have dropped back off again this season. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And getting it back to life again is going to take more money than the world actually has. The Sun (2009)Trading was painfully subdued yet again. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He has so much energy again. The Sun (2010)Take a look in the coronary care unit - that might make you think again. The Sun (2008) Yet once again the buried memory tried to rise, bringing with it a cold shudder. A Time of War (1993)
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Translations for 'again'
British English: again /əˈɡɛn; əˈɡeɪn/ ADVERB
If something happens again, it happens another time.
We went to the park again yesterday.
- American English: again
- Arabic: مَرّةً أُخْرى
- Brazilian Portuguese: novamente
- Chinese: 再次
- Croatian: opet
- Czech: opět
- Danish: igen
- Dutch: weer nogmaals
- European Spanish: otra vez
- Finnish: taas
- French: encore
- German: wieder
- Greek: πάλι
- Italian: ancora
- Japanese: 再び
- Korean: 다시
- Norwegian: igjen
- Polish: znowu
- European Portuguese: novamente
- Romanian: din nou
- Russian: вновь
- Spanish: otra vez
- Swedish: igen
- Thai: อีกครั้ง
- Turkish: yine
- Ukrainian: знову
- Vietnamese: lại
Definition of again from the Collins English Dictionary
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