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CONJ-SUBORD 尽管;虽然 You use though to introduce a statement in a subordinate clause which contrasts with the statement in the main clause. You often use though to introduce a fact which you regard as less important than the fact in the main clause.
Gaelic has been a dying language for many years, though children are nowadays taught it in school...
After news of this new court case Ford broke down again, though he blamed the breakdown on his work...
CONJ-SUBORD 不过;可是;然而 You use though to introduce a subordinate clause which gives some information that is relevant to the main clause and weakens the force of what it is saying.
I look back on it as the bloodiest (though not literally) winter of the war...
The problem was finally, though not conclusively, identified as a severely pinched nerve...
ADV 不过;但是 You use though to indicate that the information in a clause contrasts with or modifies information given in a previous sentence or sentences.
I like him. Though he makes me angry sometimes...
I want to try my hand at politics, or go back to the law. I don't want to go to school for it, though...
PHRASE 不是吹牛;我不是自夸 You can say though I say so myself or even though I say it myself when you are praising yourself or something you have done, but do not want to sound too proud.
I'm a good cook, though I say it myself...
Even though I do say it myself we've probably got the best little restaurant in town.