yet + another | again | more

Listed in the English Vocabulary Profile at C2:

yet another/more, etc.
used to show that you are surprised or annoyed that something is being repeated or increased

At B2Yet again

again after something has happened or been done many times before

However, this structure is also listed at B2 in the Cambridge dictionary:

used to add emphasis to words such as another and again, especially to show an increase in amount or the number of times something happens

For example:

And why do we need yet another shopping mall?

TED

If they don’t log in, we text them yet again.

TED

It‘s rooted in motives as old as Adam and Eve: in greed for yet more money, 

in fear of losing your position in the market and all the benefits it brings.

TED


A search in the NOW corpus:

YET ANOTHER 259583

A search for collocates in COCA corpus:

1 EXAMPLE 446
2 REASON 284
3 ROUND 112
4 ATTEMPT 100
5 SIGN 99
6 LAYER 81
7 FACTOR 56
8 REMINDER 54
9 BLOW 51
10 ADDING 50

2 YET AGAIN 88084
3  YET MORE 24940

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