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Translation of "though" - English-Spanish dictionary

though

conjunction   /ðəʊ/
B1 used before a fact or opinion that makes the other part of the sentence surprising aunque Though she’s quite small, she’s very strong. Nina didn’t phone, even though she said she would.
but aunque They’re coming next week, though I don’t know when.
adverb   /ðəʊ/
used especially at the end of a sentence to add a fact or opinion to what you have just said aunque, pero OK, I’ll come. I’m not staying late, though.
(Definition of though from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

though

conjunction /ðəu/
( rare abbreviation tho’) despite the fact that; although aunque, a pesar de (que) He went out, (even) though it was raining.
as though
as if como si You sound as though you’ve caught a cold.
(Definition of though from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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