English version

once more/once again

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishonce more/once againonce more/once againAGAIN a) again, after happening several times before I looked at myself in the mirror once more. Once again she’s refusing to help. b) used to say that a situation changes back to its previous state The crowds had all gone home and the street was quiet once more. c) formal used before you repeat something that you said before Once again, it must be stressed that the pilot was not to blame. once
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