Definition of although Pronunciation
1. Though, even though, in spite of the fact that: introducing a clause that expresses a concession.
Although it was very muddy, the football game went on.
2. But, except.
It was difficult, although not as difficult as we had expected.
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English - English - although Pronunciation
conj. despite the fact that, in spite of the fact that
English - Spanish - although Pronunciation
conj. aunque, a pesar que, a pesar de que
English - French - although Pronunciation
conj. bien que, quoique
English - German - although Pronunciation
conj. obgleich, obwohl
English - Indonesian - although Pronunciation
conj. walau, walaupun, meski, meskipun, sungguh, sungguhpun, sekalipun, maupun, kendati, kendatipun, biar, biarpun, lamun
English - Italian - although Pronunciation
cong. benché, sebbene, quantunque
English - Polish - although Pronunciation
adv. chociaż
conj. aczkolwiek, acz
English - Portuguese - although Pronunciation
conj. embora, ainda que
English - Romanian - although Pronunciation
conj. cât, deşi, cum
English - Russian - although Pronunciation
союз если бы даже, хотя, несмотря на то
English - Turkish - although Pronunciation
bğ. karşın, ise de, rağmen, olduğu halde, gerçi
English - Ukrainian - although Pronunciation
conj. хоч, коли б навіть, незважаючи на те, що
English - Dutch - although Pronunciation
vw. ofschoon, hoewel
English - Greek - although Pronunciation
σύνδ. μολονότι
επίρ. αν και, παρά, παρόλο
English - Arabic - although Pronunciation
‏رغم أن، مع ان‏
English - Chinese - although Pronunciation
(连) 虽然; 然而; 尽管
English - Chinese - although Pronunciation
(連) 雖然; 然而; 儘管
English - Hindi - although Pronunciation
conj. यद्यपि, मानो, हालांकि
English - Japanese - although Pronunciation
(接) …だけれども
English - Korean - although Pronunciation
접속. 비록 ...일지라도, 이기는 하지만
English - Vietnamese - although Pronunciation
n. xuyên qua, xuyên thủng
conj. mặc dầu, chạy suốt qua

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Synonyms for although
part of speech: but, neither, conjunction, and, for