- Though Though, adv.
However; nevertheless; notwithstanding; -- used in familiar
language, and in the middle or at the end of a sentence.
I would not be as sick though for his place. --Shak. [1913 Webster]
A good cause would do well, though. --Dryden. [1913 Webster]
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.
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though — [ ðou ] function word *** Though can be used in the following ways: as a conjunction (connecting two clauses or phrases): Though she was very tired, she could not sleep. as a way of showing how a sentence is related to what has already been said… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
Though — ([th][=o]), conj. [OE. thogh, [thorn]ah, AS. [eth]e[ a]h, [eth][=ae]h, [eth][=e]h; akin to OS. th[=o]h, OFries. thach, D. & G. doch but, yet, OHG. doh but, yet though, Icel. [thorn][=o] yet, nevertheless, Sw. dock, Dan. dog, Goth. [thorn][ a]uh,… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
though — though, although, albeit introduce subordinate clauses stating something that is or may be true in spite of what is asserted in the main clause. Though, the most widely used of these words, can introduce a clause that states an established fact… … New Dictionary of Synonyms
though — [thō] conj. [ME thah, thogh < OE theah & ON tho, akin to Ger doch, yet, however, Goth thauh] 1. in spite of the fact that; notwithstanding that; although [though the car was repaired, it rattled] 2. and yet [they will probably win, though no… … English World dictionary
though — c.1200, from O.E. þeah, and in part from O.N. þo though, both from P.Gmc. *thaukh (Cf. Goth. þauh, O.Fris. thach, M.Du., Du. doch, O.H.G. doh, Ger. doch), from PIE demonstrative pronoun *to (see THAT (Cf. that)). The evolution of the terminal… … Etymology dictionary
though — [adv] however after all, all the same, for all that, howbeit, nevertheless, nonetheless, notwithstanding, still, still and all, withal, yet; concept 544 though [conj] while albeit, allowing, although, but, despite, despite the fact, even if, even … New thesaurus
though — ► CONJUNCTION 1) despite the fact that; although. 2) however; but. ► ADVERB ▪ however: he was able to write, though. ORIGIN Old English … English terms dictionary
though — index regardless Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
though — ♦ (Pronounced [[t]ðoʊ[/t]] for meanings 1 and 2, and [[t]ðo͟ʊ[/t]] for meanings 3 to 5.) 1) CONJ SUBORD You use though to introduce a statement in a subordinate clause which contrasts with the statement in the main clause. You often use though to … English dictionary
though — though1 W1S1 [ðəu US ðou] conj 1.) used to introduce a statement that makes the main statement coming after it seem surprising, unlikely, or unexpected = ↑although ▪ Though she s almost 40, she still plans to compete. ▪ Pascal went ahead with the … Dictionary of contemporary English