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"though" in British English

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thoughconjunction

uk   /ðəʊ/  us   /ðoʊ/
B1 despite the ​fact that: She hasn't called, even though she said she would.B2 but: They're coming next ​week, though I don't ​know which ​day.as though B2 as if: You ​look as though you've been ​running a ​marathon!
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thoughadverb

uk   /ðəʊ/  us   /ðoʊ/
B2 despite this: We went to high ​school together. I haven't ​seen her for ​years, though.
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(Definition of though from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"though" in American English

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thoughconjunction

 us   /ðoʊ/
despite the ​fact that; ​although: There’s a ​chance he’ll ​recover, though the ​doctors can’t say for ​certain. Even though I was very ​young, I ​remember a little about the ​war.

thoughadverb

 us   /ðoʊ/
despite this: He ​felt a little ​guilty about being overpaid, though he wasn’t about to give it back.
(Definition of though from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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