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other than (something)
Besides or excluding something, Other than having a view of the parking lot, his apartment is great.
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1. Different from, besides, as in They were shocked to find she has a lover other than her husband. 
2. In a different manner than; otherwise than, as in How could she be other than happy with the new house? [Late 1800s]
3. other than that. Except that, as in Other than that the nearest store was five miles away, it was a perfect location.
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1 except: I don’t know any French people other than you. ♢ We’re going away in June but other than that I’ll be here all summer.
2 (written) different or differently from; not: I have never known him to behave other than selfishly.
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