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I've seen "sin embargo" used in different contexts--some religious, some in the news, etc. What does it actually mean? (Dictionary isn't helping here.)

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Hola!
Sin embargo: However

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As far as I know 'sin embargo' is a conjunction and its english equivalent is 'however' or 'nevertheless'.

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