otro más
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otro más
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (an additional one)
a. another one
¿Solo tomaste un tamal? Son pequeños, toma otro más.You only took one tamale? They're small, take another one.
b. one more
Después de reunirnos con este cliente hay que reunirnos con otro más.After meeting with this client we need to meet with one more.
c. another
Se apagó el fósforo. ¿Tienes otro más?The match went out. Do you have another?
2. (comparative)
a. a more ... one
Quiero reemplazar el sofá que tengo en la sala con otro más moderno.I want to replace the sofa I have in my living room with a more modern one.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Yo creo que este apartamento es muy chico para mi familia. - Bueno, hay otro más grande a la venta en este mismo edificio.I think this apartment is too small for my family. - Well, there's a bigger one for sale in this same building.
¿Ese es el últmo iPhone? - No. Apple ya sacó otro más nuevo.Is that the latest iPhone? - No. Apple already released a newer one.
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