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にもかかわらず
nimokakawarazu
JLPT N2 Author: dc
Meaning
despite; though; although; in spite of
despite the rain lots of people came
Phrases
Despite the rain many people gathered together.
Author: Amatuka

I went out in spite of the rain.
Author: dc

I was very tired, but I was nevertheless unable to sleep.
Author: dc

Can we find joy in spite of suffering and death?
Author: dc

By and large his experiment was successful despite his lack of money.
Author: dc

The bill was passed by a majority, though the Socialist Party were strongly opposed to it.
Author: dc

The bill was passed by a majority, though the Socialist Party were strongly opposed to it.
Author: dc

In spite of the heavy traffic, I managed to get to the airport in time.
Author: dc

In spite of their tiny restaurant they managed to pull through the recession.
Author: dc

The girl went to school in spite of her illness.
Author: dc

Rain or shine, I will go.
Author: dc

In spite of the sunny weather, the air was rather chilly.
Author: dc

In spite of the teacher's warning, the lazy boy comes late as often as not.
Author: dc

espite a large surplus in merchandise trade, the current account surplus is not so big due to a deficit in invisible trade.
Author: dc

With, all his genius, he is as obscure as ever.
Author: dc

With all his efforts, he failed the test.
Author: dc

Though it is poor in natural resources, Japan has become an economic superpower thanks to international trade.
Author: dc

Japanese literature, in spite of its beauty and riches, is as yet inadequately known in the West.
Author: dc

Japanese literature, in spite of its beauty and richness, is as yet inadequately known in the West.
Author: dc

He is in good health in spite of his age.
Author: dc

I asked him not to go, but he left all the same.
Author: dc

For all his faults, Sam is still a very likable person.
Author: dc

I love him none the less for his faults.
Author: dc

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