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Spanish translation of “still”

still

adverb /stil/
up to and including the present time, or the time mentioned previously
aún, todavía
Are you still working for the same firm? By Saturday he had still not / still hadn’t replied to my letter.
nevertheless; in spite of that
a pesar de todo, no obstante, sin embargo
Although the doctor told him to rest, he still went on working This picture is not valuable – still, I like it.
even
aún, todavía
He seemed very ill in the afternoon and in the evening looked still worse.
(Definition of still from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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