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neverthelessadverb [not gradable]

us   /ˌnev·ər·ðəˈles/ also nonetheless
despite what has just been said or referred to: Their team hadn’t lost a game the entire season. Nevertheless, we beat them by a huge margin last night.
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uk   /ˌnev.ə.ðəˈles/ us   /ˌnev.ɚ.ðəˈles/ also nonetheless
B2 despite what has just been said or referred to: I knew a lot about the subject already, but her talk was interesting nevertheless.

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