The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire BibleJob 34:1
Furthermore Elihu answered and said.
] It is reasonable to
suppose that Elihu made a considerable pause, to see whether Job would
make any reply to what he had delivered, or object to what he had said;
which he gave him free liberty to do, if he had anything upon his
mind: but perceiving he was not inclined to return any answer to him,
he went on with his discourse; and which is called a further answer to
him: for though Joh had made no reply to which this could be called an
answer, yet as there were several things remaining for Elihu to answer
to, and which he proposed to answer and did, it may with great
propriety here be said that he answered him.