Definition of 'other'
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We were texting each other this week and he will be after me now. The Sun (2016)Some were social media fans while others used it less often. The Sun (2017)There are other small firms like us. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Others have just a handful of coins on them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These were once made by craftsmen who worked in wood and also made other items. The Sun (2016)Or make doctors responsible for patients being eligible for treatment like in many other countries. The Sun (2016)You worry about going out alone and what other people think of you. The Sun (2016)We spoke to each other just two days before he died. The Sun (2016)They are enjoying spending time in each others' company. The Sun (2016)The other week we walked past it with our two daughters. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They are used because no other form of information is readily available. Competing in a Global Economy (1990)This will free police for other business. The Sun (2006)Touch controls rarely change the game other than just the way you interact. The Sun (2013)The spatial effect of the other items was assured by electronics. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This requires that there be not many other sellers of the same jeans. International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business. (1983)Who were the other people in that room? The Sun (2008)Personality can carry the day if one of the other two is lacking. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The other city is one of desperation. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Or a car shining from detail work performed by anyone other than the owner. Christianity Today (2000)Try focusing on asking the other person about themselves. The Sun (2009)This was a rail journey like no other. The Sun (2015)Other exam boards are expected to adopt similar procedures if the initiative is successful. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You can then plant other things underneath it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is expected to interview other banks this week to assist with the preparations. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Other road users cutting in and reducing the gap between you and the vehicle in front. The Sun (2013)They want to censor the internet and police other people. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The company 's other great selling point is its staff. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I went to the river the other day. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'other'
British English: other /ˈʌðə/ ADJECTIVE
Other people or things are different people or things.
All the other children had gone home.
- American English: other
- Arabic: آخَرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: outro
- Chinese: 其他的
- Croatian: ostali
- Czech: ostatní
- Danish: andre
- Dutch: overig
- European Spanish: otro
- Finnish: toinen
- French: autre
- German: anderer
- Greek: άλλος
- Italian: altro
- Japanese: ほかの
- Korean: 다른
- Norwegian: annen
- Polish: inny
- European Portuguese: outro
- Romanian: alt
- Russian: другой
- Spanish: otro
- Swedish: annan
- Thai: อื่นๆ
- Turkish: diğer
- Ukrainian: інший
- Vietnamese: khác
Definition of other from the Collins English Dictionary
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