English version

at least

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat leastat leasta) LIMITnot less than a particular number or amount πŸ”Š It will take you at least 20 minutes to get there. πŸ”Š He had at least Β£100,000 in savings.at the (very) least (=not less than and probably much more than) πŸ”Š It would cost $1 million at the very least. b) GOOD POINT OR CHARACTERISTICeven if something better is not true or is not done πŸ”Š At least he didn’t lie to me. πŸ”Š I don’t expect you to pay me, but you could at least cover my expenses. πŸ”Š The house still needed a lot of work, but at least the kitchen was finished. c) BUTused when you are correcting or changing something that you have just said πŸ”Š They all knew I was on their side. At least, that’s what they said. πŸ”Š I made everything perfectly clear – or at least I thought I did. β†’ least
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