Definition of also in English:

also

Syllabification: al·so
Pronunciation: /ˈôlsō
 
/

adverb

In addition; too: a brilliant linguist, he was also interested in botany dyslexia, also known as word-blindness [sentence adverb]: also, a car is very expensive to run
More example sentences
  • It has to be said that he was also the king of the double portion in the dinner hall.
  • There was also about a foot of snow outside, and the air was white as it went on falling.
  • It may come as a bit of a surprise to know that I also have a keen interest in language.
Synonyms

Origin

Old English alswā 'quite so, in that manner, similarly' (see all, so1).

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