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How to Pronounce Other: Learn how to pronounce Other in English correctly

Learn how to say Other correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word other:

adjective & pronoun
1used to refer to a person or thing that is different or distinct from one already mentioned or known about:
[as adjective]:
stick the camera on a tripod or some other means of support
other people found her difficult
[as pronoun]:
a language unrelated to any other
alternative of two:
[as adjective]:
the other side of the street
my other brother
[as pronoun]:
she flung up first one arm and then the other
one or other of his parents
those remaining in a group; those not already mentioned:
[as adjective]:
they took the other three away in an ambulance
[as pronoun]:
Freddie set off and the others followed
2further; additional:
[as adjective]:
one other word of advice
[as pronoun]:
Labour would have 49 MPs plus ten others
3 [pronoun] (the other) British informal used euphemistically to refer to sexual intercourse:
a bit of the other
4 [pronoun] (the other) Philosophy & Sociology that which is distinct from, different from, or opposite to something or oneself:
she needs to escape the tyranny of the Other
[with object]
view or treat (a person or group of people) as intrinsically different from and alien to oneself:
a critique of the ways in which the elderly are othered by society
how the other half lives
used to express or allude to the way of life of a different group in society, especially a wealthier one:
he has spent six years showing TV viewers how the other half lives
no other
archaic nothing else:
we can do no other
other than
apart from; except:
he claims not to own anything other than his home
differently or different from; otherwise than:
there is no suggestion that we are to take this other than literally
on the other hand
see hand.
the other day (or night, week, etc.)
a few days (or nights, weeks, etc.) ago.
the other thing
British, chiefly humorous an unexpressed alternative:
if you keep a lot of rules I’ll reward you, and if you don’t I’ll do the other thing
someone (or something or somehow etc.) or other
some unspecified or unknown person, thing, manner, etc.:
they were protesting about something or other
Old English ลther, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch and German ander, from an Indo-European root meaning ‘different’