(từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) sự sỉ nhục, sự lăng mạ, sự khinh miệt; lời sỉ nhục, lời lăng mạ
in despite of
mặc dù, không kể, bất chấp
dù, mặc dù, không kể, bất chấp
despite our efforts: mặc dù những cố gắng của chúng tôi
dɪ'spaɪt noun +lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike +contemptuous disregard
in spite of, notwithstanding, undeterred by, regardless of, in the face or teeth of, in defiance of, without considering, without thought or consideration or regard for, ignoring:
We went sailing despite the fact that gales had been forecast.
Advanced English Dictionary
preposition 1 used to show that sth happened or is true in spite of sth: Her voice was shaking despite all her efforts to control it. + Despite applying for hundreds of jobs, he is still out of work. + She was good at physics despite the fact that she found it boring. 2 (despite yourself) used to show that sb did not intend to do the thing mentioned: He had to laugh despite himself.
Random quote: The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today.: Franklin Roosevelt