Also is defined as in addition.(adverb)
An example of also is packing a tuna sandwich as well as a peanut butter sandwich for lunch.
See also in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME al so, al swo < OE eallswa < eall, all + swa, so
See also in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Old English ealswā
Origin: : eall, all; see al-3 in Indo-European roots
Origin: + swā, so; see so1. Usage Note: Some maintain that it is inappropriate to begin a sentence with also. In an earlier survey, however, 63 percent of the Usage Panel found acceptable the example The warranty covers all power-train components. Also, participating dealers back their work with a free lifetime service guarantee.
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