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English translation of 'aussi'

Word Frequency

aussi

[osi ]
adverb
1.  (également) alsotoo
J’aimerais aussi que tu achètes le journal. I’d also like you to get the paper.I’d like you to get the paper too.
Je parle anglais et aussi allemand. I speak English and also German.I speak English and German too.
lui aussi (sujet) he too; (objet) him too
Lui aussi parle espagnol. He speaks Spanish too.He too speaks Spanish.
Je l’ai vu lui aussi. I saw him too.I also saw him.
« Dors bien. » — « Toi aussi. » “Sleep well.” — “You too.”
2.  (comparaison) (autant)
aussi ... que as ... as
aussi fort que as strong as
Il est aussi grand que moi. He’s as tall as me.
Elle peut le faire aussi bien que moi. She can do it as well as I can.
3.  (si, tellement) so
Elle n’avait jamais rien mangé d’aussi bon. She had never eaten anything so good.
4.  (autre locution)
aussi bien just as well
On peut aussi bien tout laisser tomber. We might just as well drop everything.
conjonction
thereforeconsequently

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Example Sentences Including 'aussi'

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Cela peut être perçu comme un signe de bonne volonté, mais aussi pris pour un aveu de faiblesse.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Certes j'avais accumulé la fatigue des Variations, qui expliquait aussi mon retrait.
Ergal, Yves-Michel L'offrande musicale
Cet ensemble offre une forte cohérence intellectuelle ; il est aussi aisément compréhensible par le biologiste que par le clinicien.
Salomon, Jean-Claude Le tissu déchiré. Propos sur la diversité des cancers
Elle est aussi énergique que Laetitia est languide, aussi déterminée à vivre que l'autre l'est à souffrir.
Marie Claire
Plusieurs dizaines de dessins volés à la galerie d'art ont aussi été retrouvés dans le local.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)

Trends of 'aussi'

Extremely Common. aussi is one of the 1000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'aussi' in Other Languages

British English: also /ˈɔːlsəʊ/ ADVERB
You use also to give more information about something.
I'm cold, and I'm also hungry.
  • American English: also
  • Arabic: أَيْضاً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: também
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: također
  • Czech: také
  • Danish: også
  • Dutch: ook
  • European Spanish: también
  • Finnish: myös
  • French: aussi
  • German: auch
  • Greek: επίσης
  • Italian: anche
  • Japanese: ・・・も
  • Korean: 또한
  • Norwegian: også
  • Polish: również
  • European Portuguese: também
  • Romanian: de asemenea
  • Russian: также
  • Spanish: también
  • Swedish: också
  • Thai: เช่นกัน
  • Turkish: ayrıca o da
  • Ukrainian: також
  • Vietnamese: cũng
British English: too /tuː/ ADVERB
also Too means also.
Can I come too?
  • American English: too
  • Arabic: أَيْضاً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: também
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: također
  • Czech: také
  • Danish: også
  • Dutch: ook
  • European Spanish: también
  • Finnish: myös
  • French: aussi
  • German: zu
  • Greek: επίσης
  • Italian: anche
  • Japanese: また おなじく
  • Korean: ...도 또한
  • Norwegian: altfor
  • Polish: również
  • European Portuguese: também
  • Romanian: și
  • Russian: также
  • Spanish: también
  • Swedish: också
  • Thai: อีกด้วย
  • Turkish: de, da kıyaslama
  • Ukrainian: також
  • Vietnamese: cũng

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