Bedeutung von “even” — Learner’s Dictionary


adverb us uk /ˈiːvən/

A2 used to emphasize something that is surprising:

Everyone danced, even Mick.
I said hello, but he didn't even look at me.

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even better/faster/smaller, etc

B1 used when comparing things, to emphasize the difference:

I think Alex is going to be even taller than his father.
even if

B2 used to emphasize that a particular situation would not change what you have just said:

I would never eat meat, even if I was really hungry.
even though

B2 although:

He still smokes, even though he's got asthma.
even so

used to emphasize that something surprising is true despite what you have just said:

Car prices have gone down a lot, but even so, we couldn't afford to buy one.

(Definition von “even adverb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)