adjective, pronoun
1) (a different (thing or person): This letter isn't from Tom - it's from another friend of mine; The coat I bought was dirty, so the shop gave me another.) drug
2) ((one) more of the same kind: Have another biscuit!; You didn't tell me you wanted another of those!) še en
* * *
pronoun & adjective
drug, drugačen; še eden
one after another — drug za drugim
another and another — vedno več
he's a fool, you're another — on je norec in ti tudi
I'll wait another day or two — počakal bom še nekaj dni
just such another — prav takšen
many another — marsikateri drugi
one another — drug drugega, vzajemno
that's another pair of shoes, that's another thing altogether ( —ali entirely) — to je nekaj čisto novega (drugega)
will you take another piece — izvoli(te) še en košček
another place — drugje
one from another, from one another — drug od drugega
it's one thing to promise, another to perform — lahko je obljubiti, težje izpolniti
to take for one another — zamenjati drugega z drugim
another time — drugič
wait for another hour — počakaj še eno uro
not another word! — niti besede več!
one thing with another — drugo z drugim
yet another? — še eden?

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.


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