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even

adverb
 
 
/ˈiːvən/
A2 used to emphasize something that is surprising
hatta, bile, ...de/da, ...dahi
Everyone danced, even Mick.Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
even better/faster/smaller, etc B1 used when comparing things, to emphasize the difference
daha bile; daha da
I think Alex is going to be even taller than his father.Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
even if B2 used to emphasize that a particular situation would not change what you have just said
...se de/sa da
I would never eat meat, even if I was really hungry.Connecting words which express a condition
even though B2 although
her nekadar...da, ...olsa bile, ...rağmen
He still smokes, even though he's got asthma.Connecting words which express a contrast
even so used to emphasize that something surprising is true despite what you have just said
öyle de olsa, öyle olmasına karşın, buna rağmen, yine de
Car prices have gone down a lot, but even so, we couldn't afford to buy one.Connecting words which express a contrastAlso, extra, and in addition
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