The English meaning of 1 but2 yet3 however4 only5 merely6 still
Our children like dogs, but I prefer cats.
He failed in his attempt to swim the river.
In a way you are right, but I still have doubts.
Our task has been easy so far, but it will be difficult from now on.
We have your size, but not in that color.
The show was wonderful, but the tickets were too expensive.
She thought the plan was fine but impractical.
You may be right, but I am against your opinion.
I listened, but I didn't hear anything.
Thanks to the development of agricultural science, world food production has managed to keep up with population growth - but only at the expense of the future.
I know him by name, but not by sight.
Even though he has a lot of money, he's not happy.