"also" meaning in English

Adverb

IPA: /ˈɔːl.səʊ/ [UK], /ˈɔl.soʊ/ [US], /ˈɑl.soʊ/ [cot-caught-merger] Audio: en-us-also.ogg [US]
  1. In addition; besides; as well; further; too. Tags: conjunctive, not-comparable Translations (in addition; besides; as well; further; too): gjithashtu (Albanian), edhe (Albanian), au (Alemannic German), ደግሞ (dägmo) (Amharic), καί (kaí) (Ancient Greek), أَيْضًا‎ (ʾayḍan) (Arabic), كَذٰلِكَ‎ (ka-ḏālika) (Arabic), بِالمِثْل‎ (bi-l-miṯl) (Arabic), tamien (Aragonese), նաև (naew) (Armenian), նույնպես (nuynpes) (Armenian), anaghiore (Aromanian), tamién (Asturian), (Azerbaijani), həmçinin (Azerbaijani), aa (Bavarian), такса́ма (taksáma) (Belarusian), -ও (-o) (Bengali), ivez (Breton), съ́що (sǎ́što) (Bulgarian), също така (sǎšto taka) (Bulgarian), လည်း (lany:) (Burmese), 都 (dou¹) (Cantonese), 亦 (jik⁶) (Cantonese), 也 (jaa⁵) [literary] (Cantonese), també (Catalan), pud (Cebuano), ano̠wa' (Chickasaw), také (Czech), anca (Dalmatian), også (Danish), е (i͡ə) (Dungan), ook (Dutch), eveneens [formal] (Dutch), tevens [formal] (Dutch), كمان‎ (kaman, kman) (Egyptian Arabic), بردو‎ (bardo) (Egyptian Arabic), جی‎ (ji) (Eshtehardi), ankaŭ (Esperanto), samuti (Estonian), ka (Estonian), ühtlasi (Estonian), tamién (Extremaduran), mẽ (Farefare), eisini (Faroese), við (Faroese), myös (Finnish), -kin (Finnish), aussi (French), également (French), ancje (Friulian), tamén (Galician), sina (Gallurese), puru (Gallurese), აგრეთვე (agretve) (Georgian), დამატებით (damaṭebit) (Georgian), ასევე (aseve) (Georgian), -ც (-c) (Georgian), auch (German), ok [Northern-Germany, South, Westphalia] (German Low German), auk [Münsterland] (German Low German), επίσης (epísis) (Greek), גַּם‎ (gam) (Hebrew), كَمَان‎ (kamān) (Hijazi Arabic), برضه‎ (barḍu) (Hijazi Arabic), भी (bhī) (Hindi), szintén (Hungarian), is (Hungarian), ugyancsak (Hungarian), líka (Icelandic), einnig (Icelandic), anke (Ido), juga (Indonesian), pula (Indonesian), anque (Interlingua), etiam (Interlingua), tamben (Interlingua), freisin (Irish), chomh maith (Irish), fosta (Irish), leis (Irish), anca (Istriot), anke (Istro-Romanian), anche (Italian), (mo) (Japanese), また (mata) (Japanese), さらに (english: sara ni) (Japanese), にも (ni mo) (Japanese), téż (Kashubian), да (da) (Kazakh), де (de) (Kazakh), сондай-ақ (sonday-aq) (Kazakh), ក៏ (kɑɑ) (Khmer), 또한 (ttohan) (Korean), (tto) (Korean), 역시 (yeoksi) (Korean), да (da) (Kyrgyz), дагы (dagı) (Kyrgyz), ດ້ວຍ (duāi) (Lao), ກໍ (kǭ) (Lao), ດອມ (dǭm) (Lao), taipat (Latgalian), taipoš (Latgalian), quoque (Latin), etiam (Latin), arī (Latvian), tāpat (Latvian), ouch (Limburgish), ooch [Limburgish, Western] (Limburgish), ouk (note: Venlo dialect) (Limburgish), lokóla (Lingala), mpé (Lingala), taip pat (Lithuanian), anca (Lombard), teke (Lower Sorbian), и́сто та́ка (ísto táka) (Macedonian), ка́ко и (káko i) (Macedonian), juga (Malay), ukoll (Maltese), anke (Maltese), 也 (yě) (Mandarin), 並 (Mandarin), 并 (bìng) (Mandarin), 還 (Mandarin), 还 (hái) (Mandarin), 以及 (yǐjí) (Mandarin), 亦 (yì) [formal, rare] (Mandarin), hoki (Maori), kansa (Meänkieli), 也 (iâ) (Min Dong), 嘛 (mā, mǎ) (Min Nan), 也 (iā) (Min Nan), sin (Miskito), мөн (mön) (Mongolian), me (Moore), ałdóʼ (Navajo), dóʼ (Navajo), pure (Neapolitan), पनि (pani) (Nepali), na (Ngazidja Comorian), étout [Guernsey, Jersey] (Norman), itou [continental-Normandy] (Norman), uk [Föhr] (North Frisian), maid (Northern Sami), maiddái (Northern Sami), -ge (Northern Sami), dessuten (Norwegian Bokmål), også (Norwegian Bokmål), dertil (Norwegian Bokmål), dessutan (Norwegian Nynorsk), også (Norwegian Nynorsk), au (Norwegian Nynorsk), ēac (Old English), نیز‎ (niz) (Persian), هم‎ (ham) (Persian), همچنین‎ (hamĉenin) (Persian), uk (Plautdietsch), też (Polish), również (Polish), także (Polish), também (Portuguese), utaq (Quechua), și (Romanian), de asemenea (Romanian), încă (Romanian), то́же (tóže) (Russian), та́кже (tákže) (Russian), puru [Campidanese] (Sardinian), fintzas [Campidanese] (Sardinian), puru [Logudorese] (Sardinian), finas [Logudorese] (Sardinian), fintzas [Logudorese] (Sardinian), finamènta (Sassarese), alswa (Scots), alsua (Scots), cuideachd (Scottish Gaelic), mar an ceudna (Scottish Gaelic), такође [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), такођер [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), takođe [Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), također [Croatian, Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), aj (Slovak), tiež (Slovak), túdi (Slovene), también (Spanish), además (Spanish), pia (Swahili), också (Swedish), likaså (Swedish), din (Tagalog), rin (Tagalog), низ (niz) (Tajik), ҳам (ham) (Tajik), ҳамчунин (hamčunin) (Tajik), инчунин (inčunin) (Tajik), hóbo (Taos), ด้วย (dûai) (Thai), ก็ (gɔ̂) (Thai), ཡང (yang) (Tibetan), rano (Tocharian B), ayrıca (Turkish), da (Turkish), de (Turkish), hem (Turkish), hem (Turkmen), 𐎀𐎔 (ảp) (Ugaritic), так са́мо (tak sámo) (Ukrainian), теж (tež) (Ukrainian), тако́ж (takóž) (Ukrainian), بھی‎ (bhī) (Urdu), مۇ‎ (mu) (Uyghur), يەنە‎ (yene) (Uyghur), ھەمدە‎ (hemde) (Uyghur), ham (Uzbek), shuningdek (Uzbek), anca (Venetian), cũng (Vietnamese), hefyd (Welsh), ek (West Frisian), dóʼ (Western Apache), אויך‎ (oykh) (Yiddish), ok (Zealandic)
  2. To the same degree or extent; so, as. Tags: not-comparable, obsolete
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: English compound words Synonyms: too, eke, as well, The golf courses are excellent. Also, the tennis courts are fantastic., The golf courses are excellent and the tennis courts are fantastic also., Not only are the golf courses excellent but also the tennis courts are fantastic., There are not just excellent golf courses here. There are also fantastic tennis courts.

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