otherpronoun

  • ja他の人、他人
  • enthe second of two people or things; the person or thing that is left in a group or a set

Examples

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Mute
1.
Sir, why are we still doing this?
2.
We've been following him for days.
3.
And he hasn't done anything suspicious.
4.
Let's just confront him.
5.
He only hid one of the stolen coins in Port's desk.
6.
He'll probably try to sell the others.
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I wanna catch him in the act.
8.
Shh! Here he comes.
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Mute
2.
And you can hug it out, bitch.
3.
"Hug it out, bitch."
4.
That is what men say to each other after a fight.
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Mute
1.
You both have sizable Christmas bonuses coming your way.
2.
If I catch either of you messing with the other,
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I will give both bonuses to the other person.
4.
- Can't do that. - No. Absolutely not.
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Mute
1.
So the variety Labo kit comes with 5 different toys:
2.
a piano, a motorcycle, a house, a fishing rod, and a remote control car.
3.
A house, a fishing rod. Oh, my god!
4.
So some take only 10 minutes to make, while others take over 3 hours to assemble.
5.
What the heck?
6.
How long am I gonna be here for?
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Mute
1.
If my phone doesn't have at least 90% battery life,
2.
I'm not leaving my house.
3.
I need to always be ready to call 911.
4.
Same, always.
5.
You should get an extra battery pack.
6.
I have one because I spend all day scrolling on Instagram.
7.
Just put it in my front pocket and I can scroll all day long.
8.
We don't have big enough pockets.
9.
Oh, just carry it or something. I don't know.
10.
But we're already carrying keys in one hand as a weapon, and mace in the other.
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Mute
1.
Okay, he's looking right at me.
2.
I know my freaking job, Jeff.
3.
Oh, eat a dick.
4.
It's not like he's gonna remember any of this.
5.
We're just gonna wipe his mind, tell him he's special,
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and send him on his way like all the others.
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Mute
1.
Many consider Ken the premiere biblioteca expert,
2.
while others think he's a conspiracy theorist gone mad.
3.
He also happens to have the voice of a sweet vulnerable nightingale.

Other meanings for other...

otheradjective

  • ja他の、その他の
  • enfurther or additional; as well as the person or thing already mentioned
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Mute
1.
Look, Rach, this is poker.
2.
I play to win, alright?
3.
In order for me to win, other people have to lose.
4.
So, if you're gonna play poker with me, don't expect me to be a nice guy, okay?
5.
'Cause once those cards are dealt...
6.
Yeah?
7.
I'm not a nice guy.
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Mute
1.
Let's take a look at the food we have on the table.
2.
We have bug trifle.
3.
Ooh.
4.
Yeah, ooh.
5.
- Jellyfish! - Ooh!
6.
Yeah, ooh.
7.
Giant water scorpion.
8.
That's the worst one.
9.
Thousand-year-old eggnog.
10.
- Cow blood and pork tongue jelly. - That's insane.
11.
Cod sperm!
12.
Seems rather tame in comparison to the other ones.
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Mute
1.
An auditor will arrive shortly.
2.
He'll evaluate us on crime stats, physical plan, fiscal responsibility.
3.
There are 22 other precincts in Brooklyn.
4.
So we just don't want to rate at the bottom.
5.
Are they gonna be looking at our desks?
6.
Also, unrelated, someone left a bunch of swords on my desk.
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Mute
1.
Oh, it's not big. Not at all.
2.
You know, kind of on the same lines as, say — oh, I don't know — having a third nipple!
3.
You have a third nipple?
4.
You bitch.
5.
- Whip it out! Whip it out! - Yeah, yeah!
6.
No! Come on!
7.
There's nothing to see. It's just a tiny bump.
8.
It's totally useless.
9.
Oh, as opposed to your other multi-functional nipples?
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Mute
1.
Any other questions?
2.
Kelly Kapoor.
3.
Can we speak privately about our relationship?
4.
Thank you, everybody.
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Mute
1.
- How's he doing? - He's perfect.
2.
- I see you changed. - Oh, yeah.
3.
That other outfit had a lot of afterbirth on it.
4.
Also during-birth and pre-birth.
5.
The point is I burned it.
6.
Thanks for staying by my side.
7.
I know it wasn't easy for you.
8.
It was worth it. I'm Auntie Ro-Ro.
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Mute
1.
Angela as a nurse.
2.
There it is.
3.
I don't like your tone.
4.
Look, they were sold out of all the other costumes, okay?