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Translation of "still" - English-Turkish dictionary

still

adverb     /stɪl/
CONTINUING
A2 used to say that something is continuing to happen now or that someone is continuing to do something now hâlâ He's still here if you want to speak to him. Do you still play basketball?NowContinue and last
POSSIBLE
used to say that something continues to be possible daha, hâlâ We could still catch the train if we leave now.Possible and probable
EMPHASIS
B1 used to emphasize that you did not expect something to happen because something else makes it surprising daha da He didn't do much work but still came top of the class. The weather was terrible. Still, we had a good holiday.Connecting words which express a contrast
better/harder/worse, etc still
B2 better/harder/worse, etc than something else hâlâ daha iyi/zor/kötü vs. Comparing and contrasting
(Definition of still adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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