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adjective
1.
Not the same one or ones already mentioned or implied.  "The construction of highways and other public works" , "He asked for other employment" , "Any other person would tell the truth" , "His other books are still in storage" , "Then we looked at the other house" , "Hearing was good in his other ear" , "The other sex" , "She lived on the other side of the street from me" , "Went in the other direction"
2.
Recently past.
3.
Belonging to the distant past.  Synonyms: early, former.  "Former generations" , "In other times"
4.
Very unusual; different in character or quality from the normal or expected.



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