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even

adverb /iːvən/
used to point out something unexpected in what one is saying
ni siquiera
’Have you finished yet?’ ’No, I haven’t even started.’ Even the winner didn’t get a prize.
yet; still
todavía más, aún más
My boots were dirty, but his were even dirtier.
even if no matter whether
aunque, aún cuando
Even if I leave now, I’ll be too late.
even so in spite of that
aún así, no obstante
It rained, but even so we enjoyed the day.
even though in spite of the fact that
aunque
I like the job even though it’s badly paid.
(Definition of even from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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