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In addition; too:‘a brilliant linguist, he was also interested in botany’‘dyslexia, also known as word blindness’[sentence adverb] ‘also, a car's very expensive to run’
too, as well, besides, in addition, additionally, furthermore, further, moreover, into the bargain, over and above that, what's more, to boot, else, then, equallyand allwithal, forbyeView synonyms
- ‘It also means the staff do not have to put up with going home smelling like an ashtray.’
- ‘We are also seeing a major increase in crime and we want to know what is going to be done.’
- ‘We also managed to get a big chunk of Christmas shopping out of the way at the weekend.’
- ‘He was also not put off by the very grown up thought of having to set up his own business.’
- ‘The second group was also exposed to the noise but not given the option to turn it off.’
- ‘It was also so cold to drive in the winter that I had to wear gloves even when the roof was up.’
- ‘He also had a drumstick stuck into the laces of his shoe so he could hit the cymbal on the floor.’
- ‘It is also good for me to hear their side of things, to hear what they had to go through.’
- ‘There will also be a new sign at the front of the building, which will be lit up at nights.’
- ‘She also had the gift of being able to reinvent herself every time she took up her pen.’
- ‘There was also about a foot of snow outside, and the air was white as it went on falling.’
- ‘It makes an ideal gift and is also a great present for a child as it grows so quickly.’
- ‘It has to be said that he was also the king of the double portion in the dinner hall.’
- ‘She also asks them how they want to feel so she can decide which type of massage to offer.’
- ‘It may come as a bit of a surprise to know that I also have a keen interest in language.’
- ‘We also got a batch of smiley badges made up, and gave them to everyone at the door on the way in.’
- ‘It looks as if the second will also be yellow, while the third has yet to show any buds.’
- ‘Neighbours told us that an excursion to the town by boat also makes for a good day out.’
- ‘It now seems the man himself could also be coming to recognise that the game may be up.’
- ‘It could have been a bigger win, but on the other hand could also have been a lot worse.’
Old English alswā ‘quite so, in that manner, similarly’(see all, so).
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