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than

Definitions by Oxford


[ð(ə)n], (Conjunction)

Definitions:
- used to introduce the second element in a comparison
(e.g: they go out less than they did when they first moved to Paris)

- used in expressions introducing an exception or contrast
(e.g: they observe rather than act)

- used in expressions indicating one thing happening immediately after another
(e.g: scarcely was the work completed than it was abandoned)


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Origin:
Old English than(ne), thon(ne), thænne, originally the same word as then


[ð(ə)n], (Preposition)

Definitions:
- introducing the second element in a comparison
(e.g: he was much smaller than his son)

- apart from; except
(e.g: he claims not to own anything other than his home)


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