d'autre part (alone)

aaallliii

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English- USA
I am reading a document, and at the beginning of paragraphs it continually says "D'autre part." I have read a lot of threads that say this means "on the other hand", but the ideas introduced aren't contrasting. Could this also mean "furthermore" or something similar to that?
 
  • Kxking

    Senior Member
    French - France
    Yes it does mean besides or furthermore. It's used to add another information on the matter.
     
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