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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (which is)
2. (despite; used with "que")
a. even though
El partido fue muy interesante, y eso que faltaban muchos jugadores importantes que estaban lesionados.The match was still very interesting, even though many important players were injured and missed it.
b. in spite of the fact that
No alcanzamos un acuerdo con el sindicato, y eso que hicimos todo lo que pudimos.We still didn't reach an agreement with the union, in spite of the fact that we tried our best.
c. and after
Perdimos el tren. ¡Y eso que nos habíamos levantado a las 6 am!We missed our train. And after we'd gotten up at 6 am!
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