yet again

This page is about the collocation yet again

collocation pattern: adverb + adverb


one more time, after many other times

For example

  • Our team's having a great year. We've won yet again.

  • These sales figures prove yet again how popular the company's products are.

Quick Quiz

"He's been arrested yet again" implies he's

a. never been arrested before

b. been arrested just once before

c. been arrested many times before

Contributor: Matt Errey