again englannista suomeksi
taas, toistamiseen, uudelleen, jälleen
Another time; once more. (defdate)
1931, Robert L. May, ''Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer'', Montgomery Ward (publisher), draft:
- He tangled in tree-tops again and again / And barely missed hitting a tri-motored plane.
1979, Charles Edward Daniels et al., “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” (song), ''Million Mile Reflections'', Charlie Daniels Band, Epic Records:
- Johnny said, “Devil, just come on back if you ever want to try again / I done told you once, you son of a bitch, I’m the best that’s ever been.”
2010, Simon Hattenstone, ''The Guardian'', 30 October:
- The last sentence is so shocking, I have to read it again.
Over and above a factor of one. (defdate)
1908 December 10, (w), “New Genera and Species of Crinoids”, ''Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington'', Volume XXI, pp.229–230:
- Cirri l-lxxx, 15, about 12mm. long; first two joints short, about twice as broad as long; third about one-third again and one-third times as long as broad; fourth and fifth the longest, about half again and a half times as long as broad;(nb..).
(non-gloss definition) (defdate)
Tell me again, say again; (non-gloss definition)
I ask again, I say again; (non-gloss definition)
Here too, here also, in this case as well; (non-gloss definition)
- A great bargain also had been the excellent Axminster carpet which covered the floor; as, again, the arm-chair in which Bunting now sat forward, staring into the dull, small fire.
Back in the reverse direction, or to an original starting point. (defdate)
1526, ''The Bible'', tr. (w), (w) 2:
- And after they were warned in ther slepe, that they shulde not go ageyne to Herod, they retourned into ther awne countre another way.
Back (to a former place or state). (defdate)
- but Merlyn warned the kynge couertly that gweneuer was not holsome for hym to take to wyf / for he warned hym that launcelot shold loue her and she hym ageyne
(RQ:Florio Montaigne Essayes)
1852–3, (w), ''(w)''
- As he lies in the light before a glaring white target, the black upon him shines again(nb..).
In any other place.
*(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)the other again is my kinsman.
Moreover; besides; further.
1835, (w), ''A Treatise on Astronomy''
- Again, it is of great consequence to avoid, etc.
1485, Thomas Malory, ''Le Morte Darthur'', Book X:
- And here begynneth the treson of Kynge Marke that he ordayned agayne Sir Trystram.
1924, J H Wilkinson, ''Leeds Dialect Glossary and Lore'', page 60
- Ah'd like to wahrn (warn) thi agaan 'evvin owt to dew wi' that chap.
2003, Glasgow Sunday Herald, page 16, column 2:
- You may think you are all on the same side, agin the government.
back, in the opposite direction
against, opposed to (literally or figuratively)
in preparation for, in advance of