English translation of तथापि
तथापिPowered by COBUILD /tathapi/
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/tathapi, tathApi, tathaapi, tathāpi, tthapi, tthApi, tthaapi, tthāpi/
1. all (in phrases)
You use after all when you are saying that something that you thought might not be true is in fact true. ⇒ There wasn't much wrong after all.
2. nevertheless adverb
You use nevertheless when saying something that contrasts with what has just been said. [formal] ⇒ He was injured during the World Cup but, nevertheless, travelled to Sydney with the team.
3. nonetheless adverb
You use nonetheless when saying something that contrasts with what has just been said. [formal] ⇒ His face is serious but nonetheless very friendly.
4. notwithstanding preposition, adverb
If something is true notwithstanding something else, it is true in spite of that other thing. [formal] ⇒ He hated the man, notwithstanding the similar views they both held. ⇒ Bad weather notwithstanding, the summer holiday was a great success.
5. still adverb
You use still with words such as 'better' or 'more' to indicate that something has even more of a quality than something else. ⇒ It's good to travel, but it's better still to come home.
6. yet conjunction
You can use yet to introduce a fact which seems rather surprising after the previous fact you have just mentioned. ⇒ I don't eat much, yet I am overweight.
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Translation of तथापि from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary