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Though we are only a small country, we have a long and glorious history.
The journey, though difficult, involved no real danger.
He went on fighting even though he was wounded.
Poor though her family was, they would never ask for help.
Odd though it may seem, I never found out his name.
I really enjoyed your lecture, though there were some parts I didn't quite understand.
I departed willingly, though sadly.
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used with other nouns to describe the unexpected and often unwanted effects of a particular situation or trend
one of the pair of bones that go across the top of your chest from your shoulder to the bottom of...
a woman in middle age who has to juggle caring for teenage children and ageing parents with a career
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Definition of though from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.