A job is the work that someone does to earn money.
You use one another to indicate that each member of a group does something to or for the other members.
You use or another in expressions such as one kind or another when you do not want to be precise about which of several alternatives or possibilities you are referring to.
the other House of Parliament (used in the House of Commons to refer to the House of Lords and vice versa)
If there is a sign of something, there is something which shows that it exists or is happening .
A year is a period of twelve months or 365 or 366 days, beginning on the first of January and ending on the thirty-first of December .
A planet is a large, round object in space that moves around a star. The Earth is a planet.
another example of:
An example of something is a particular situation, object, or person which shows that what is being claimed is true .
An opportunity is a situation in which it is possible for you to do something that you want to do.
one with another:
in another's shoes:
in another's position
dance to another tune:
to alter one's actions or opinions as a result of changed conditions
one thing and another:
You can use the expression ' one thing and another ' to suggest that there are several reasons for something or several items on a list, but you are not going to explain or mention them all.
one way and another:
but that's another story:
You say ' but that's another story ' when you have mentioned a subject that you are not going to talk about or explain in detail .
horse of another color:
an entirely different matter
one thing after another:
If you talk about one thing after another, you are referring to a series of repeated or continuous events .
tomorrow is another day:
said to mean that, although you have just had a bad experience, you are confident or hopeful that your life will be much better in the future
a horse of another colour:
a completely different topic, argument, etc
another nail in the coffin:
the latest in a series of events which are seriously harming something or someone
one thing led to another:
You say one thing led to another when you are explaining how something happened, but you do not really want to give the details or you think people will be able to imagine the details.
another matter/a different matter:
If you say that something is another matter or a different matter, you mean that it is very different from the situation that you have just discussed .
you've got another think coming:
you are mistaken and will soon have to alter your opinion
change one's tune:
to alter one's attitude or tone of speech
one after the other one after another:
If you do something to several things one after the other or one after another, you do it to one, then the next, and so on, with no break between your actions.
have another string to your bow:
to have more than one useful skill, ability, or thing that you can use in case you are unsuccessful with the first skill, ability, or thing. In this expression, ` bow ' is pronounced with the same vowel sound as the word `show'.
one after the other/one after another:
You use one after the other or one after another to say that actions or events happen with very little time between them.
one door closes and another one opens:
said to mean that if one thing you do fails, you will soon have an opportunity to try to succeed at something else. This expression is often used to encourage someone to keep trying after they have had a disappointment or failure .
one man's meat is another man's poison:
said to point out that different people like different things
be long on one thing and short on another:
to have a lot of one thing but not very much of another
make fish of one and flesh of another:
to discriminate unfairly between people
one way or another/one way or the other:
You can use one way or another or one way or the other when you want to say that something definitely happens, but without giving any details about how it happens.
when one person sneezes, another catches cold:
said to mean that the things that happen to one country or person have a great effect or influence on other countries or people
a string to one's bow another string to your bow:
If someone has more than one string to their bow, they have more than one ability or thing they can use if the first one they try is not successful .
someone wouldn't like to be in another person's shoes:
said to mean that someone would not like to be in the same situation as a particular person