restore to life or consciousness."both men collapsed, but were revived"
the offense of willfully telling an untruth in a court after having taken an oath or affirmation.
synonyms: lying under oath, giving false evidence/testimony, making false statements, willful falsehood"she was found guilty of perjury"
feel willing or favorably disposed toward (an action, belief, or attitude)."he was inclined to accept the offer"
I suspect that he is a spy. ≒I don't doubt that he is a spy.私は彼がスパイなのではと思う.
また目的語として, suspectはif [whether]節をとらないが, doubtは肯定文でif [whether]節をとる.
a person thought to be guilty of a crime or offense."the police have arrested a suspect"
synonyms: suspected person, accused, defendant"a murder suspect"
"no less than 5 people saw him"used to suggest, often ironically, that something is surprising or impressive."Peter cooked dinner—fillet steak and champagne, no less
"used to emphasize a surprisingly large amount.
Other than that is also fine. "Besides" doesn't need a preposition - in this sentence, we actually use "besides" as a preposition: "Besides that." When you want to mean "in addition to", you can say besides that, other than that, apart from that, or aside from that.