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even then

In spite of (something). Even then, after hours of talking about this, he still has his doubts.
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ˌeven ˈnow/ˈthen


1 in spite of what has/had happened: I’ve shown him the photographs but even now he won’t believe me.Even then she would not admit her mistake.
2 (formal) at this or that exact moment: The troops are even now preparing to march into the city.
See also: even, now
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