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Synonyms

also

adverb

used for adding another fact or idea to what you have already said

additional

adjective

extra, and often more than expected

extra

adjective

in addition to the usual or expected amount

too

adverb

used after mentioning an additional person, thing, or fact to show that they are also included in what you are saying

supplementary

adjective

additional

besides

adverb

in addition to someone or something else that is being mentioned

further

adjective

used for talking about an additional thing or amount

as well

in addition to something or someone else

in addition

used for adding an extra piece of information to what has already been said or written

together with something

in addition to something else

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above and beyond

apart from something, or outside the normal range of something

added

adjective

present in larger amounts than usual or than expected

added

adjective

an added advantage, benefit, etc. makes a good situation even better

added

adjective

an added difficulty, problem, disappointment, etc. makes a bad situation even worse

additionally

adverb

as well as what has already been mentioned, agreed, etc.

along with

used for mentioning additional people or things that are also included or involved in something

also

adverb

used for showing that what you have just said about someone or something is true about another person or thing

among others/other things/other people etc.

used for saying that there are additional things or people that you could mention

among other things

used for saying that there are other details, examples, etc. in addition to the ones that you are mentioning

and everything

used for showing that you are talking about other similar things, in addition to the ones that you have just mentioned

and then some

used for emphasizing that there is more in addition to what you have mentioned

a next

another

apart from

in addition to someone or something

aside from

used for saying that something exists, is true, or happens in addition to something else

complete with

with the things mentioned

extraordinary

adjective

formal done in addition to the normal activities or costs of an organization

fresh

adjective

replacing or adding to a previous thing or amount

in addition to something

used for saying that something extra exists or is happening together with the thing that you are talking about

in conjunction with

combined with

inter alia

adverb

formal used for saying that there are other things apart from those that are mentioned. The usual way of saying this is “among other things.”

in the bargain

in addition to the things already mentioned

more

adverb

used for showing that something is in addition to what already exists, what has been used, or what has already been mentioned

on the side

in addition to what is usual

on top of

in addition to something else

other

determiner

used for referring to additional people or things of the type already mentioned or known about

other than

in addition to someone or something

over and above

in addition to the amount that exists

plus

adjective

used when mentioning an additional thing or fact

second

number

in addition to the first one

spare

adjective

a spare object is one that you keep in addition to other similar objects so that it is available if you need it

supernumerary

adjective

formal additional to the number that you need

to boot

used for emphasizing the last point in a list of comments or criticisms

too

adverb

used for emphasis at the end of a comment, when you are adding your opinion about what has just been said

to top it all (off)

in addition to everything else that was said or done

what’s more

used for introducing an additional statement that supports what you have already said

withal

adverb

an old word meaning “besides”

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hygge

a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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sofar

a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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