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notwithstandingpreposition, adverb

us   /ˌnɑt·wɪθˈstæn·dɪŋ, -wɪð-/
not considering or being influenced by; despite: Injuries notwithstanding, this season has been a disappointment to me.
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notwithstandingpreposition, adverb

uk   /ˌnɒt.wɪðˈstæn.dɪŋ/ us   /ˌnɑːt.wɪðˈstæn.dɪŋ/ formal
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Translations of “notwithstanding”
in Vietnamese mặc dù…
in Spanish a pesar de, no obstante…
in Malaysian meskipun…
in Thai อย่างไรก็ตาม…
in French en dépit de…
in German ungeachtet…
in Chinese (Traditional) 儘管…
in Russian несмотря на…
in Turkish ...a/e karşı, rağmen, bununla birlikte…
in Chinese (Simplified) 尽管…
in Indonesian walaupun…
in Polish pomimo…
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