A football team running a play one more time is an example of running a play again.
Going to the store and coming back home is an example of coming back again.
Ah'd like to wahrn (warn) thi agaan 'evvin owt to dew wi' that chap.
You may think you are all on the same side, agin the government.
Left home but went back again.
Again, we need to collect more data.
She might go, and again she might not.
Paid him again.
He is well again.
Again, we should note.
He may, and then again he may not.
We need to bring the old customs to life again.
The South will rise again.
So women are never angrie, but to the end a man should againe be angrie with them, therein imitating the lawes of Love.
Thus men are plagued with women, they again with men, when they are of diverse humours and conditions […]
As he lies in the light before a glaring white target, the black upon him shines again […]
- Tell me again, say again; used in asking a question to which one may have already received the answer, but cannot remember it.What's that called, again?.
- I ask again, I say again; used in repeating a question or statement.Again, I'm not criticizing, I just want to understand.
- Here too, here also, in this case as well; used in applying a previously made point to a new instance; sometimes preceded by "here".Approach B is better than approach A in many respects, but again, there are difficulties in implementing it.
Great, thanks again!
- Repeatedly; frequently.
- often; repeatedly
- twice as much
Origin of again
- Middle English (influenced by Old Norse i gegn again) from Old English ongeagn against
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Middle English agen-, ayen-, from Old English ongēan- (“towards, opposite, against, back, again, anew”). More at again.