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a    when used before a singular noun, usually preceded by: the   the remaining (one or ones in a group of which one or some have been specified)  
I'll read the other sections of the paper later     
b    the other   (as pronoun; functioning as sing)  
one walks while the other rides     
2    (a) different (one or ones from that or those already specified or understood)  
he found some other house, no other man but you, other days were happier     
3    additional; further  
there are no other possibilities     
4    preceded by: every   alternate; two  
it buzzes every other minute     
5    other than  
a    apart from; besides  
a lady other than his wife     
b    different from  
he couldn't be other than what he is        (Archaic form)    other from  
6    no other  
Archaic   nothing else  
I can do no other     
7    or other   preceded by a phrase or word with: some   used to add vagueness to the preceding pronoun, noun, noun phrase, or adverb  
some dog or other bit him, he's somewhere or other     
8    other things being equal   conditions being the same or unchanged  
9    the other day, night, etc.   a few days, nights, etc., ago  
10    the other thing   an unexpressed alternative  
11    another  
show me one other     
12    pl   additional or further ones  
the police have found two and are looking for others     
13    pl   other people or things  
14    the others   the remaining ones (of a group)  
take these and leave the others     
15    pl   different ones (from those specified or understood)  
they'd rather have others, not these         See also       each other       one another  
16    usually used with a negative and foll by: than   otherwise; differently  
they couldn't behave other than they do     
     (Old English other; related to Old Saxon athar, othar, Old High German andar)  
See at otherwise  

A.N. Other  
      n     (Brit)   an unnamed person: used in team lists, etc., to indicate a place that remains to be filled  
each other  
      pron   used when the action, attribution, etc., is reciprocal  
furious with each other     
Each other and one another are interchangeable in modern British usage  
generalized other  
      n     (Psychol)   an individual's concept of other people  
      adj   guided by values derived from external influences  
   Compare       inner-directed  
other ranks  
      pl n   rarely used in sing     (Chiefly Brit)   (in the armed forces) all those who do not hold a commissioned rank  
other world  
      n   the spirit world or afterlife  
significant other  
      n     (U.S.)  
informal   a spouse or lover  
      adj     (Scot)  
1    untidy or dishevelled  
2    mixed up; in disorder  
     (a literal translation of Irish Gaelic trí n-a chéile through each other, hence, mixed up with each other)  
Diccionario de inglés definición  



1    added, additional, alternative, auxiliary, extra, further, more, spare, supplementary  
2    contrasting, different, dissimilar, distinct, diverse, remaining, separate, unrelated, variant  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

signficant other n.
person who is very important and dear without formally being the spouse

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