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Definitions of though:

part of speech: conjunction

Admitting: allowing: even if: notwithstanding.

part of speech: conjunction

Granting or admitting, as " though he slay me, yet will I trust in him"; notwithstanding; however: as though, as if. Note.- In familiar language, though is used at the end of a sentence in the sense of however, yet, and is meant to reuder emphatic and affirmative the statement or opinion of the speaker- that, in spite of drawbacks, such " was or would be,"- as, " his division was successful though.".

part of speech: adverb

Nevertheless; however. Also, tho.

Usage examples for though:

  • I have other proofs, though "The Secret of Sarek", Maurice Leblanc
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