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JLPT N2 Author: Amatuka
Regardless of
Regardless of the cost - I must buy it.
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That department store regardless which day it is, is always busy
#1282 Author: dc

Please consult us at any time, regardless of the amount involved.
#1312 Author: bamboo4

Although he was in such circumstances, he made his way by himself.
#4468 Author: dc

The patient felt none the better for having taken the new pills.
#4469 Author: dc

They carried on with the plan in spite of strong objections to it.
#4470 Author: dc

They carried on with the construction in the face of strong opposition from the residents.
#4471 Author: dc

The lecture was very long, but I enjoyed it none the less.
#4472 Author: dc

She accepted our offer notwithstanding.
#4474 Author: dc

She is charming for all that.
#4475 Author: dc

In spite of the terrible congestion, I was in time for the appointed time.
#4477 Author: dc

He stuck to his opinion though I told him not to.
#4478 Author: dc

The trucks had failed the inspection, but the drivers took them out anyway.
#4479 Author: dc

The marathon will be held, rain or shine.
#4480 Author: dc, Miki

Mary kept on working in spite of her illness.
#4481 Author: dc

They made up their minds to go to by car in spite of bad weather.
#4482 Author: dc

The senior citizens' spirits were high in spite of the bad weather.
#4483 Author: dc

The party set out regardless of the bad weather.
#4484 Author: dc

In spite of the rain, I went out.
#4485 Author: dc

She will carry out her plan regardless of expense.
#7271 Author: IMABI

They departed in spite of the heavy rain.
#4476 Author: dc

I was very tired, but I was nevertheless unable to sleep.
#8330 Author: karekano

After all her efforts the project collapsed.
#8331 Author: karekano

He is very active notwithstanding his age.
#8332 Author: karekano

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