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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthanthan /ðən; strong ðæn/ ●●● S1 W1 conjunction, preposition  1 COMPAREused when comparing two things, people, situations etc Natalie was prettier than her sister. You need that money more than I do. There were more people there than I expected. If it costs more than $60, I won’t buy it. She had woken even earlier than usual. Divorce is more common than it was a generation ago.2 other than3 would rather/would sooner ... than4 no sooner/hardly had ... than
Examples from the Corpus
thanYou carry it - you're stronger than I am.It's a nice car, but it costs more than we want to pay.