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second, secondly

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1130 second.ordinal
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As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be the thing, person, event or period of time that happens or comes before all the others of the same kind, except for one. English = (be) second. As Modifier: 1. Used immediately next to a verb to mean the action is done before anyone else or anything else does it, except for one. English = second. 2. Used at the beginning of a sentence after you have started to mention several things (events, reasons, etc.) and have got to your number two point. English = second, secondly.

end, conclusion, finish, final, finally, last

Auslan SignbankDictionary#3119 end1a
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As a Noun: 1. The last part of a period of time, an event, or a text (such as a piece of writing, a film, etc.). English = end, conclusion, finish. 2. The last thing in a series of things, especially the last in the order of siblings in a family. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To come to the last part of a period of time, an event, or a text (such as a piece of writing, a film, etc.). English = end, conclude, finish. 2. To be the last thing in a series of things. English = (be) final. As Modifier: 1. Used at the beginning of a sentence to introduce the last thing that happened in a series of events, or the last topic you want to talk about. English = to conclude, in conclusion, finally, last of all.

last, final, lastly, finally

Auslan SignbankDictionary#3508 last-final
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As a Noun: 1. The thing or part that comes at the end of something. English = the last. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be at the end of something, such as a series of numbers. English = (be) last, (be) final. 2. To be the only thing that remains after all the others have gone. English = (be) last. As Modifier: 1. Used at the beginning or end of a sentence, to mean that what you are about to say is the last of a series of things you want to mention. English = lastly, finally.

next, following, next door, then

Auslan SignbankDictionary#4186 next1a
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As a Noun: 1. The period of time, event, person, or thing, that happens or comes immediately after the present one or after the previous one; the next thing. 2. The place or thing which is nearest to you and which you come to first if you move in that direction. 3. The person, group of people, family, or business which occupies the house or building which is closest to you and immediately beside your house or building; your immediate neighbour; your next door neighbour. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. Of a period of time, event, person, or thing, to be the one that happens or comes immediately after the present one or after the previous one. English = (be) next, (be) following. 2. Of a place or thing, the one that is nearest to you or the first one that you come to. English = (be) next. 3. Of a person, group of people, family, or business, to live or be in a house or building which is immediately beside another house or building. English = (be) the next door, (be) the next door neighbour, to live next door. As Modifier: 1. Used immediately beside a verb or at the beginning of a sentence to mean the action of the verb or sentence happens after something else. English = next, then. 2. When giving your name or introducing someone, used between a person's first (given or Christian) name and second (family) name.

next, then

Auslan SignbankDictionary#3352 next-one1a
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As a Noun: 1. The period of time, event, person, or thing which comes immediately after the present one or after the previous one. English = the next one. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be the period of time, event, person, or thing which comes immediately after the present one or after the previous one. English = next. As Modifier: 1. Used at the beginning of a sign sentence or next to a verb (action) sign to mean that the action happened immediately after another one. English = next, then.

other, another, otherwise, else

Auslan SignbankDictionary#956 other
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As a Noun: 1. A thing or a person which is not one of the people or things that you have just mentioned or have just been talking about, but is additional. English = the other, another, one other. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be a thing or a person which is not one of the people or things that you have just mentioned or have just been talking about, but is additional. English = other, another, one other; (be) other, (be) another, (be) one other. As Modifier: 1. Used at the beginning of a sentence to introduce things of a different sort in addition to the sort of things you have just mentioned. English = otherwise. 2. Used immediately after a question sign (e.g., 'who' or 'what') to ask the same question a second time, but this time about something or someone different (e.g., 'Who else?). English = else.

sequence, consequence, order (sequence), subsequently, consequently, then

Auslan SignbankDictionary#3333 sequence1a
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As a Noun: 1. A number of events or things that come one after another in a particular order. English = sequence. 2. A thing which happens after another thing and which is a result of the first. English = consequence. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To move on to the next or later item is a series events or things that come one after another in a particular order. 2. To put things or events in an ordered series, one after another. English = sequence, order. Interactive: 1. Used alone, especially in the context of a meeting or lecture, to suggest or tell people to move on to the next item on the agenda. English = 'Okay, let's move on to the next item’; ‘Okay, next.’ As Modifier: 1. Used to introduce an action or series of actions that happen after or as a result of some earlier action. English = subsequently, consequently, then, following that.

three more

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1528 three-more
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As a Verb or Adjective: 1. Of a sequence of things or events, the number of additional occurrences that can be expected when that number is three. English = (be) three more. Interactive: 1. Used alone to mean a question about how many more things are to be expected or how many more times something will happen to mean there will be three more instances. English = 'Three more.'

other, another, moreover

Auslan SignbankDictionary#795 another
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As a Noun: 1. A thing or a person which is one more thing or person in addition to the one you have just mentioned or have just been talking about, to make two in total. English = the one other. 2. A thing or a person which is not one of the people or things that you have just mentioned or have just been talking about, but is additional. English = the other one. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be a thing or a person which is one more thing or person in addition to the one you have just mentioned or have just been talking about to make two in total. English = another, one other; (be) another, (be) one other. 2. To be a thing or a person which is one more thing or person in addition to the one or ones you have just mentioned or have just been talking about. English = another, one other; (be) another, (be) one other. Interactive: 1. Used alone immediately after a question to mean you want to ask the same question already made about some one or something different or in addition. English = 'What else?', 'Who else?' etc. As Modifier: 1. Used at the beginning of a sentence to mean that what follows is in addition to the sort you or your partner have just mentioned. English = and another thing, moreover, what's more, and so on. 2. Used immediately after a question sign (WHO, WHAT, WHEN etc.,) to mean you want to ask the same question already made about some one or something different or in addition for example, 'What else?', 'Who else?' etc. English = else.

final, finalise, finish

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2932 final
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As a Noun: 1. The last game or contest in a competition or sporting event. English = final. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be last in a series of things or events. English = (be) final. 2. To complete all the arrangements for something. English = finalise. 3. To come to the last part of something, especially work, so that there is no more to do. English = finish, finish up. 4. To turn off all the machinery and lights, and close and lock all the windows and doors before leaving; to close and lock all the windows and doors before leaving.