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mention

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈmenʃən/
B1 to briefly speak or write about something or someone: I'll mention your ideas to Caroline. She didn't mention her daughter. [+ (that)] He mentioned that he liked skydiving.Quoting and making references
not to mention B2 used to emphasize the importance of something that you are adding to a list: The resort has great hotels and restaurants, not to mention some of the best skiing in the region.Stressing and emphasizing
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