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I thought 또 and 다시 both meant "again" so why is 또 다시 sometimes said one after the other?

I could be completely wrong, but I thought they both meant the same thing. Because of this I sometimes second-guess myself when I hear "또 다시" one after the other. Does it change the meaning this way?

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    It is the same way English speakers say "over and over again".

    또 다시 = 다시 또 = 또 = 다시 =again

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