のに, 尤も, だけれども, 仮令, であるが
Conjunction(1) in spite of the fact that; even though.
(1) although the sun was shining it wasn't that warm(2) the hours are flexible although you must do twenty hours(3) Extra beds can be put in to create family rooms, although it's a bit of a squeeze.(4) although small, the room has a spacious feel(5) Eric still owns a clean driving licence, although he has not driven for five years.(6) His squad were ravaged by injury, although he didn't seek to use this as an excuse.(7) It hardly oozes charm now, although there have been a few attempts to gentrify it.(8) although he's rich, he's nice(9) The joke was that although John called me posh, he came from a far better off family than I did.(10) There is no conclusion to its cause although evidence points at a genetic source.(11) We even know the name of our delivery driver, although he came while we were out.(12) It is illegal for both team members to bid nil, although each team can have a player bidding nil.(13) He likes the fact that although the club has a cosmopolitan feel it still clings to old values.(14) He used his scooter to get to work and although he would no longer be able to ride it, he was still paying back a loan on it.(15) he says he has the team jersey, although I've never seen him wear it(16) The square still exists, although the structure itself is a right old mess these days.
(1) although :: であるが
2. despite the fact that ::
4. even though ::
5. even if ::
6. for all that ::
7. while ::
8. whilst ::
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