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Translation of "however" - English-Turkish dictionary

however

adverb     /haʊˈevər/
however cold/difficult/slowly, etc
B2 used to say that it does not make any difference how cold/difficult/slowly, etc something is or happens ne kadar (soğuk/zor/yavaş vs.) ... olursa olsun We're not going to get there in time, however fast we drive.Relative formsConnecting words which express a contrast
COMPARING
A2 used when you are about to say something which is surprising compared with what you have just said ancak, ama He had always been a successful businessman. Recently, however, things have not been going well for him.Relative formsConnecting words which express a contrast
ASKING UK
used to ask about how something happened when the person asking feels surprised nasıl; nasıl oldu da However did you manage to persuade her?Question words and expressions
(Definition of however adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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