Meaning of “still” - Learner’s Dictionary

still

adverb us uk /stɪl/
Extra Examples
He still bites his nails, but hopefully he'll grow out of it.Police are still hopeful that they will find the missing family.The smell from the fire still lingered hours later.Are these jeans still on offer?The building is quite old, but still structurally sound.
CONTINUING

A2 used to say that something is continuing to happen now or that someone is continuing to do something now:

He's still here if you want to speak to him.
Do you still play basketball?
POSSIBLE

used to say that something continues to be possible:

We could still catch the train if we leave now.
EMPHASIS

B1 used to emphasize that you did not expect something to happen because something else makes it surprising:

He didn't do much work but still came top of the class.
The weather was terrible. Still, we had a good holiday.
better/harder/worse, etc still

B2 better/harder/worse, etc than something else

(Definition of “still adverb” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)