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though

conjunction
 
 
/ðəʊ/
INTRODUCE FACT B1 used to introduce a fact or opinion that makes the other part of the sentence seem surprising: And though she's quite small, she's very strong. Nina didn't phone, even though she said she would.Connecting words which express a contrast
BUT B2 but: They're coming next week, though I don't know when. The restaurant serves good, though extremely expensive, food.Connecting words which express a contrast
(Definition of though conjunction from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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