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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishalthoughal‧though /ɔːlˈðəʊ $ ɒːlˈðoʊ/ ●●● S1 W1 conjunction  1 BUTused to introduce a statement that makes your main statement seem surprising or unlikely syn though Although in poor health, she continued to carry out her duties. We decided to take rooms in Longwood House, although we knew we could not really afford the rent. Although I can’t help admiring the man’s courage, I do not approve of his methods.2 ALTHOUGHused to add a statement that balances or reduces the effect of what you have just said syn but You can copy down my answers, although I’m not sure they’re right. No, this is my responsibility, although I appreciate your offer.see thesaurus at but
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althoughNo, it's my responsibility, although I appreciate your offer.Patty may have left, although I'm not sure.Although she joined the company only a year ago, she's already been promoted twice.Although the car's old, it still runs well.
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