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You mustn’t tell anyone else – it’s a secret between you and me.
Before we do anything else, we must sit down and make a list.
There isn’t much else to tell you.
What else have you been doing wrong, Kelly?
The police had already interviewed everyone else.
This could only happen in the United States – nowhere else in the world!
You could drive across France, or else fly to Geneva and hire a car.
Either he’s asleep, or else he’s just ignoring me.
We must leave now or else we’ll miss our train.
Always check the oil level, or else you risk damaging the engine.
Give me back those letters or else I’ll scream.
You’d better do as we tell you, or else!
You know I really care about you, or else I wouldn’t be here.
I’m sure they’re safe, or else we’d have heard something.
This is the British English definition of else. View American English definition of else.