though / [voicedth]ō/ • conj. despite the fact that; although: though they were speaking in undertones, Philip could hear them. ∎ even if (introducing a possibility): you will be informed of its progress, slow though that may be. ∎ however; but (introducing something opposed to or qualifying what has just been said): her first name was Rose, though no one called her that.• adv. however (indicating that a factor qualifies or imposes restrictions on what was said previously): I was hunting for work. Jobs were scarce though.PHRASES: as thoughsee as1 .even thoughsee even1 .