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Pronunciation

Preposition

Preposition
though

  1. When you use "Though x, y" or "y though x", y is surprising, contrasting, or unimportant. <> kalmar nuna mamaki ko rashin muhimmanci. duk da dai. amma dai.
    Though he talked very loudly, she did not hear him.
    She did not hear him though he talked very loudly.
    There was a real, though small, problem.
  2. When though comes at the end of a clause, it shows it is surprising, contrasting, or unimportant.
    That's sound great. It's difficult though.

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