though · conjunction /ðoʊ/Full view
though (DESPITE)
B1 despite the fact that
Dictionary examples:

She hasn't phoned, though she said she would.

Though she's 38, she's still playing tennis at the highest level.

Learner example:

Today the sun is shining and it's quite hot, though it's [only] 9 o'clock in the morning. (Preliminary English Test; B1; German)

even though
B2 although
Dictionary examples:

Even though it was getting dark, we decided to walk on to the next village.

He still smokes even though he's got asthma.

Learner example:

They didn't give up hope even though they were tired and wet to the bone. (First Certificate in English; B2; Greek)

as though
B2 used to describe how a situation seems to be
Dictionary example:

It looks as though they're not going.

Learner example:

Sometimes it almost looks as though they are crying. (First Certificate in English; B2; Swedish)

though (BUT)
B2 but
Dictionary example:

They're coming next week, though I don't know which day.

Learner example:

I can read and understand French, though I don't speak [it] very well. (First Certificate in English; B2; Spanish)

though · adverb /ðoʊ/
though
B2 used especially at the end of a sentence, to add a fact or opinion to what you have just said
Dictionary example:

Okay, I'll come to the party. I'm not staying late though.

Learner example:

It would be fun to work with you. There are a few things we should think about though. (First Certificate in English; B2; Swedish)

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