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else /els/ adverb

(=other) دیگر ، جز این
کامپیوتر: دیگر ، جز این

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

Synonyms: otherwise, elseways, elsewise, otherways
Synonyms: additional, added, another, farther, fresh, further, more, new, other

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

else S1 W1 /els/ adverb
[Language: Old English; Origin: elles]

1. [used after words beginning with ‘some-’, ‘every-’, ‘any-’, and ‘no-’, and after question words]
a) besides or in addition to someone or something:
There’s something else I’d like to talk about as well.
I’d like you to come, and anyone else who’s free.
He was awake now, as was everyone else.
Who else was at the party?
‘Two coffees, please.’ ‘Anything else?’ ‘No, thanks.’
Above all else (=more than any other things) she was seeking love.
b) used to talk about a different person, thing, place etc:
I’d like to live anywhere else but here.
If I can’t trust you, who else can I trust?

2. or else spoken
a) used to say that there will be a bad result if someone does not do something:
Hurry up or else we’ll miss the train.
b) used to say what another possibility might be:
The salesman will reduce the price or else include free insurance.
c) used to threaten someone:
Hand over the money, or else!

3. British English spoken used after a question word to say that the thing, person, or place you have mentioned is the only one possible:
‘What are you doing?’ ‘Waiting for you, what else?’

4. what else can somebody do/say? spoken used to say that it is impossible to do or say anything apart from what has been mentioned:
‘Will you really sell the house?’ ‘What else can I do? I can’t live here.’
if nothing else at nothing1(11), ⇒ be something else at something(9)

When you want to use the possessive form of 'someone else', 'anyone else', or 'no one else', you should add 's to else, not to 'someone' etc:
Don’t use someone else’s ideas (NOT ... someone’s else ideas).

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

BAD: She said that she hadn't told anybody else than her husband.
GOOD: She said that she hadn't told anybody other than her husband.

Usage Note:
other than = apart from; except for (NOT else than ): 'The two of us had nothing that was worth stealing other than my watch.'
Compare: 'I'm tired of this programme; let's watch something else.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

something else
You think you're something else, but you're really just like all the rest of us.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

something else
to be so good as to be beyond description, to be something entirely different
The movie was something else. It was the best movie that I have seen in many years.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

something else
adj., slang, informal So good as to be beyond description; the ultimate; stupendous.
Janet Hopper is really something else.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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