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again British & World English

Another time; once more

again English Thesaurus

her spirits lifted again

born-again British & World English

Relating to or denoting a person who has converted to a personal faith in Christ (with reference to John 3:3)

come again? British & World English

Used to ask someone to repeat or explain something they have said

ever again British & World English

At any time in the future

same again British & World English

Another drink of the same kind as the last (said as a request or offer)

start again British & World English

Abandon what one is doing and make a new beginning

think again British & World English

Reconsider something

born again New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

breathe again British & World English

Relax after being frightened or tense about something

—— rides again British & World English

Used to indicate that someone or something has reappeared unexpectedly and with new vigour

now and again British & World English

From time to time

here we go again British & World English

Said to indicate that the same events, typically undesirable ones, are recurring

yet British & World English

Still; even (used to emphasize increase or repetition)

cut-and-come-again British & World English

A garden plant, especially a green vegetable or a flower, that can be repeatedly cut or harvested

there you go again British & World English

Used to criticize someone for behaving in a way that is typical of them

every now and again British & World English

From time to time; occasionally

you can say that again! British & World English

Used to express emphatic agreement

but then British & World English

After all; on the other hand (introducing a contrasting comment)

time after time British & World English

On very many occasions; repeatedly

come again? in come British & World English

Used to ask someone to repeat or explain something they have said

ever again in ever British & World English

At any time in the future

same again in same British & World English

Another drink of the same kind as the last (said as a request or offer)

start again in start British & World English

Abandon what one is doing and make a new beginning

breathe again in breathe British & World English

Relax after being frightened or tense about something

but then in but1 British & World English

After all; on the other hand (introducing a contrasting comment)

—— rides again in ride British & World English

Used to indicate that someone or something has reappeared unexpectedly and with new vigour

time after time in time British & World English

On very many occasions; repeatedly

here we go again in here British & World English

Said to indicate that the same events, typically undesirable ones, are recurring


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