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used for adding another fact or idea to what you have already said
extra, and often more than expected
in addition to the usual or expected amount
used after mentioning an additional person, thing, or fact to show that they are also included in what you are saying
in addition to someone or something else that is being mentioned
used for talking about an additional thing or amount
in addition to something or someone else
used for adding an extra piece of information to what has already been said or written
in addition to something else
in an online conversation, repeatedly asking a person questions which suggest that you are interested in what they are talking about, but are actually intended to annoy them
a red fruit from West Africa and the Caribbean that is eaten as a vegetable and grows on an ackee...
an electric skateboard
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