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NOUN   but | buts
 
SYNO   but | just | merely | only ... 
but {conj}
2842
aber
but {conj}
1496
sondern
but {conj} [except]
745
außer
but {conj}
560
allerdings
but {adv} {conj}
232
doch
but {adv} [only]
96
nur
but {adv} [merely]
86
bloß [nur]
but {adv} [merely]
54
lediglich
but {conj}
21
allein [veraltet] [aber / doch]
but {conj}
8
jedennoch [regional, sonst veraltet] [jedoch]
but {adv}auch nur
but {conj}ohne dass
but {prep} [with the exception of]mit Ausnahme von
Nouns
but
8
Aber {n}
2 Words: Others
all butalle ausgenommen
all butalle außer
all but {adv} [almost]beinahe
all but {adv} [almost]fast
all but sth.alles außer etw.
anybody but sb. {pron}jeder außer jdm.
anyone butjeder außer
anything butkeineswegs
anything butalles außer
anything butalles andere als
anything butnichts weniger als [alles andere als]
Anything but ...Alles, nur nicht ...
Anything but.Ganz und gar nicht.
anywhere butüberall außer
but ... howeverwohl aber ...
but for {prep}außer [+Dat.] [ausgenommen]
but for sb./sth. {prep}ohne jdn./etw. [wäre jd./etw. nicht gewesen]
but for sb./sth.wenn jd./etw. nicht (gewesen) wäre
but good {adv} [Am.]stark
But hey. [coll.]Aber gut.
but honestly {adv}mal ehrlich
But how?Aber wie (denn)?
but mind, ...aber bedenke, ...
but nowerst jetzt
but only {adv}jedoch nur
but principallyvor allem aber
but rather {conj}sondern
but rather {adv}sondern eher
But seriously, ...Aber mal im Ernst, ...
But then, ... ?Andererseits, ... ?
but yet {adv}nichtsdestoweniger
but yetaber dennoch
Granted, but ...Zugegeben, aber ...
none but {adv}nur
nothing but {adv}bloß [nur]
nothing buteitel [veraltend] [hum.] [rein, lauter]
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