Translation of although in Spanish:

although

Pronunciation: /ɔːlˈðəʊ/

conj

  • aunque although he wasn't well, he went to work aunque or a pesar de que no estaba bien, fue a trabajar he's very nervous, although you'd never think so es muy nervioso, aunque no lo parezca the work, although interesting, is poorly paid el trabajo, aunque interesante or si bien (es) interesante, está mal pagado
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    • He likes the fact that although the club has a cosmopolitan feel it still clings to old values.
    • We can agree the deletion of the second paragraph, although this is a statement of fact.
    • We kept on coming back on safaris, but although we longed to move here we knew it was just a distant dream.

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