Definition of 'nevertheless'
Trends of 'nevertheless'
Very Common. nevertheless is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'nevertheless'
British English: nevertheless /ˌnɛvəðəˈlɛs/ ADVERB
You use nevertheless when saying something that contrasts with what has just been said.
He had problems but nevertheless managed to finish his most famous painting.
- American English: nevertheless
- Arabic: رُغْمَ ذَلِكَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: todavia
- Chinese: 不过
- Croatian: bez obzira na
- Czech: nicméně
- Danish: ikke desto mindre
- Dutch: desalniettemin
- European Spanish: sin embargo
- Finnish: siitä huolimatta
- French: néanmoins
- German: nichtsdestoweniger
- Greek: παρ’ όλα αυτά
- Italian: tuttavia
- Japanese: それでも
- Korean: 그럼에도 불구하고
- Norwegian: ikke desto mindre
- Polish: niemniej jednak
- European Portuguese: todavia
- Romanian: cu toate acestea
- Russian: тем не менее
- Spanish: sin embargo
- Swedish: icke desto mindre
- Thai: แต่อย่างไรก็ตาม
- Turkish: bununla birlikte
- Ukrainian: все-таки
- Vietnamese: tuy nhiên
Definition of nevertheless from the Collins English Dictionary
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