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however    音標拼音: [h,ɑʊ'ɛvɚ]
ad. 無論如何,不管怎樣;可是,仍然
conj. 不管用什么方法

無論如何,不管怎樣;可是,仍然不管用什?方法

however
adv 1: despite anything to the contrary (usually following a
concession); "although I'm a little afraid, however I'd
like to try it"; "while we disliked each other,
nevertheless we agreed"; "he was a stern yet fair
master"; "granted that it is dangerous, all the same I
still want to go" [synonym: {however}, {nevertheless},
{withal}, {still}, {yet}, {all the same}, {even so},
{nonetheless}, {notwithstanding}]
2: by contrast; on the other hand; "the first part was easy; the
second, however, took hours"
3: to whatever degree or extent; "The results, however general,
are important"; "they have begun, however reluctantly, to
acknowledge the legitimacy of some of the opposition's
concerns"
4: in whatever way or manner; "Victory, however it was brought
about, was sweet"; "however he did it, it was very clever"

However \How*ev"er\, adv. [Sometimes contracted into howe'er.]
1. In whetever manner, way, or degree.
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However yet they me despise and spite. --Spenser.
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Howe'er the business goes, you have made fault.
--Shak.
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2. At all events; at least; in any case.
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Our chief end is to be freed from all, if it may be,
however from the greatest evils. --Tillotson.
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However \How*ev"er\, conj.
Nevertheless; notwithstanding; yet; still; though; as, I
shall not oppose your design; I can not, however, approve of
it.
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In your excuse your love does little say;
You might howe'er have took a better way. --Dryden.

Syn: {However}, {At least}, {Nevertheless}, {Yet}.

Usage: These words, as here compared, have an adversative
sense in reference to something referred to in the
context. However is the most general, and leads to a
final conclusion or decision. Thus we say, the truth,
however, has not yet fully come out; i.e., such is the
speaker's conclusion in view of the whole case. So
also we say, however, you may rely on my assistance to
that amount; i. e., at all events, whatever may
happen, this is my final decision. At least is
adversative in another way. It points out the utmost
concession that can possibly be required, and still
marks the adversative conclusion; as, at least, this
must be done; whatever may be our love of peace, we
must at least maintain the rights of conscience.
Nevertheless denotes that though the concession be
fully made, it has no bearing of the question; as,
nevertheless, we must go forward. Yet signifies that
however extreme the supposition or fact comceded may
be, the consequence which might naturally be expected
does not and will not follow; as, though I should die
with thee, yet will I not deny thee; though he slay
me, yet will I trust in him. Cf. {But}.
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