Meaning of “though” - Learner’s Dictionary


conjunction us uk /ðəʊ/
Extra Examples
He still smokes, even though he's got asthma.He persists in calling me Jane, even though I've corrected him twice.Though we moved in last week, we still haven't unpacked.This product's better quality, even though it's cheaper.Though it's sunny, it doesn't feel very warm.

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.

B2 but:

They're coming next week, though I don't know when.

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