'nevə(r)θə'les adv. +despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession)
still, notwithstanding, yet, in spite of that, despite that, nonetheless, regardless, be that as it may, for all that, even so, but, however, just or all the same, everything considered, at any rate, anyway, in any case, in any event, at all events, Literary withal:
He said he dislikes sweets; nevertheless, he ate a whole bar of chocolate.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adverb in spite of sth that you have just mentioned: There is little chance that we will succeed in changing the law. Nevertheless, it is important that we try. + Our defeat was expected but it is disappointing nevertheless. + The old system had its flaws, but nevertheless it was preferable to the new one.
Random quote: You cannot step twice into the same river, for other waters are continually flowing in.: Heraclitus