phrase → other You use expressions like among other things or among others to indicate that there are several more facts, things, or people like the one or ones mentioned, but that you do not intend to mention them all. [vagueness]
⇒ He moved to England in 1980 where, among other things, he worked as a journalist.
⇒ His travels took him to Dublin, among other places.
⇒ He is expected to be supported at the meeting by Dennis Skinner and Tony Benn among
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