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moreover

adverb uk   /ˌmɔːˈrəʊ.vər/ us    /ˌmɔːrˈoʊ.vɚ/ formal
B2 (used to add information) also and more importantly: The whole report is badly written. Moreover, it's inaccurate.
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in Korean 게다가…
in Arabic عِلاوة عَلى ذَلك…
in Portuguese além disso…
in Catalan a més (a més)…
in Japanese そのうえ…
in Italian per di più, inoltre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 而且,再者,此外…
in Russian кроме того, более того…
in Turkish üstelik, ayrıca, bundan başka…
in Chinese (Simplified) 而且,加之,再者,此外…
in Polish ponadto, poza tym, co więcej…
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