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  1. though
    IPA[T͟Hō]
  2. conjunction

    • 1. despite the fact that; although:

      though they were speaking in undertones, Philip could hear them
    • 2. even if (introducing a possibility):

      you will be informed of its progress, slow though that may be
    • 3. however; but (introducing something opposed to or qualifying what has just been said):

      her first name was Rose, though no one called her that

    adverb

    • 1. however (indicating that a factor qualifies or imposes restrictions on what was said previously):

      I was hunting for work. Jobs were scarce though
    • conjunction

      despite the fact that; although:

      even if (introducing a possibility):

    • adverb

      however (indicating that a factor qualifies or imposes restrictions on what was said previously):
    • despite the fact that
    • despite the fact that
    • as would be the case if
    • as would be the case if
    • with no regard for the future consequences
    • with no regard for the future consequences
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