anotherpronoun

  • jaもう一つ、もう一人
  • enan additional one of the same kind : one more

Examples

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1.
Monica, what's with you?
2.
Who did you have lunch with?
3.
- Judy. - Who?
4.
- Julie. - What?
5.
Jody.
6.
You were with Julie?
7.
Look, when it started, I was just trying to be nice to her because she was my brother's girlfriend.
8.
And then one thing led to another and before I knew it, we were... shopping.
9.
Oh!
10.
Oh, my God.
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1.
I think I know who the other guy is.
2.
Who?
3.
Oh, it's me.
4.
I'm the other guy.
5.
What?
6.
Yeah, I mean, when you were late last night, Kathy and I got to talking,
7.
and one thing led to another and...
8.
And what?
9.
Did you sleep with her?
10.
No, no, no, I just kissed her.
11.
What?
12.
That's even worse.
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1.
Marriage is love.
2.
It's commitment.
3.
It's joy.
4.
It's understanding.
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It's like oatmeal.
6.
It sustains you.
7.
All this does make me think I might enjoy a more festive expression of our commitment to one another.
8.
Are you suggesting we hold an honest-to-goodness wedding?
9.
Nothing too elaborate.
10.
We're not the Kardashian-Wests, after all.
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1.
"Every time I typed my name, it said 'diapers.'"
2.
Just a simple macro.
3.
You know, these actually don't sound that funny one after another.
4.
But he does deserve it, though.
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1.
Sometimes you have to pass up one opportunity for another.
2.
Sir!
3.
I always thought if I ran this store for long enough, a nice lady would come in.
4.
But it's just men stealing marbles.
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1.
The worst kind of victim...
2.
...is the one that chooses to create another.
3.
I am no one’s victim.

Other meanings for another...

anotheradjective

  • jaもう一つ[1個・1杯・一人]の、他の
  • enbeing one more in addition to one or more of the same kind
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1.
Another cold brew?
2.
Don't mind if I "cold do."
3.
Nailed it.
4.
I am loving this machine that Charles brought in.
5.
It is nice.
6.
The trick is to let the coffee warm up to room temperature.
7.
I'm already on my second cup.
8.
This is my third.
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1.
You didn't prepare a presentation at all, did you?
2.
You know what? I had a really rough night.
3.
And my boss can back me up on that.
4.
I'm your boss.
5.
My other boss, Mr. Figaro.
6.
You have another job?
7.
What I do between 5:30 PM and 1 AM is nobody's business but mine and my other business'.
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1.
Hey, hey.
2.
I made you another bowl of soup since you spilled yours earlier.
3.
But you're gonna have to come over here to get it.
4.
Alright, Peralta, I'm sick of you wasting time.
5.
So, yes, I spilled some minestrone on my pants.
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And I'm sitting in my underwear.
7.
Happy?
8.
Yes.
9.
Ah.
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1.
Alright, I'm just gonna take it on 3 whether you smile or not. 1, 2, 3.
2.
Good. Let's check that out.
3.
Eww. Okay. Alright, 1 more.
4.
Take 1 more.
5.
- That'll be another $20. - What?
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Mute
1.
You said that we should reschedule the heist for another day, so why not today? To help distract Terry?
2.
Yes! And I would love to defend my crown after I destroyed you all last year.
3.
Well, I mean, the proposal was all part of my plan.
4.
All I remember is you bowing to me on your knees.
5.
Yeah, I was asking you to marry me.
6.
Well, you look like a fool.
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Mute
1.
Well, you know, that was...terrific!
2.
Really bitching.
3.
Wow, it was so wow!
4.
Really?
5.
I mean, really?
6.
Yeah, I mean, you should play in public.
7.
Wow, thanks, you guys.
8.
Oh, I wanna play you another piece.
9.
Oh!
10.
I left my helicopter sounds on another disk.
11.
I'll be right back, okay?