From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishas much/as many/the same againas much/as many/the same againADDthe same amount or number as you have just had, said etcWhat a fantastic lunch. I could eat the same again.Nearly as many again died from pneumonia.The amount of crime is about half as much again (=the same in addition to half that amount) as it was in 1973.‘Another drink?’ ‘Yes, same again (=the same drink again), please.’ →again
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same again• For something is about to happen, and once it happens, nothing will ever be the same again.• If they are right, technicians' overtimesheets will never be the same again.• Life would never be the same again.• Roastbeef may never taste the same again.• When I arrived back in Glasgow on 10 June I wondered if anything was going to be the same again.• You breed, willy-nilly, and lo and behold! you find life isn't ever going to be the same again.• It was the same again on the Monday.• She leaves him, returns, and while their relationship is never quite the same again, they get engaged.