- (sometimes preceded by even) despite the fact that: though he tries hard, he always fails, poor though she is, her life is happy
- nevertheless; however: he can't dance: he sings well, though
WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
though /ðoʊ/USA pronunciation conj.
however:Though fast, he wasn't fast enough.
Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
though /ðəʊ/ conj (subordinating)
'though' also found in these entries:
abrupt - albeit - alright - although - anuresis - as - balls - ˈBosnian - brain death - British Somaliland - Burma - but - Byrd Land - China - Citlaltépetl - consubstantial - correlative - Dar es Salaam - depressed - divination - divine - double-edged - fiction - foxhound - groundswell - hamper - howbeit - if - intangible - La Paz - life - like - likely - lurking - make - much - Myanmar - name-dropping - out - parlando - phonetics - posthumous - potter - putter - record - Scotch snap - senior aircraftman - smack - sophistry - spellbound