Definition of also
- They also liked it.
She's a talented singer and also a fine actress.
Thomas Edison is best known for inventing the lightbulb, but he also invented the phonograph.
I don't think we should go out. Not only is it late, but it's also snowing.
My neighbors were also at the show that night.
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: in addition
: in a similar way
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