although

although
[ɔːl'ðəʊ]
cj
хотя, несмотря на, если бы даже

Although she was tired, she went to work. — Хотя она устала, все же пошла на работу.

They all came, although they were not invited. — Они все пришли, хотя их и не приглашали.

I'll come, although I may be late. — Я приду, хотя, может быть, и опоздаю.

Although she was tired, she went to work. — Хотя она и устала, она все же пошла на работу.

They all came, although they were not invited. — Они все пришли, хотя их и не приглашали.

I'll be there, although I may be late. — Я там буду, хотя, может быть, и поздно.

Although he was perfectly willing to cooperate with Scotland Yard, Holmes has nothing but contempt for the intelligence and mentality of the police. — Хотя он охотно готов сотрудничать со Скотланд Ярдом, Холмс относился с величайшим презрением к способностям и умственным возможностям полиции.

I found the water sufficiently shallow for me to wade. Although the red weed impeded my feet a little. — Я обнаружил, что вода была не глубока, и по ней можно было идти, хотя ноги немного вязли в красных водорослях.

Although a look of alarm passed over his face, he didn't arrest his movements but disappeared into the shower room just as the chambermaid came out of number nine. — Хотя по его лицу промелькнуло выражение тревоги, он не замедлил шагов и скрылся в душевой, как раз в тот момент, когда уборщица выходила из кабины девять.

It is possible although highly improbable. — Это возможно, но, тем не менее, крайне мало вероятно.

USAGE:
(1.) В отличие от русских уступительных предложений, которые допускают два союза, (например: хотя он занят, но вас он примет), в английских соответствующих предложениях употребляется только один союз при соединении двух предложений: although he is very busy, he will see you. Два союза возможны, если соединяются более двух предложений: although she was tired, she went to work, but she didn't stay long хотя она и устала, она пошла на работу, но пробыла там недолго. (2.) See after, cj; USAGE (1.).

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