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what's more

B2 used to add something surprising or interesting to what you have just said: The decorations were absolutely beautiful and what's more, the children had made them themselves.
Translations of “what's more”
in Chinese (Traditional) 而且, 更有意思(或驚人)的是…
in Chinese (Simplified) 而且, 更有意思(或惊人)的是…
(Definition of what's more from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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