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into (or in) the bargain

Definition of into or in the bargain in English:

In addition to what was expected; moreover: an upstate yokel and a raving paranoiac into the bargain
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  • Those expecting a sun holiday into the bargain will be disappointed.
  • We are instead on the verge of spectacular advances in many fields that will likely be energy conserving into the bargain.
  • He had recently switched to a new monitor, and installed the After Dark screensaver into the bargain.
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