Meaning of despite in English despite preposition uk / dɪˈspaɪt / us / dɪˈspaɪt / B1 without taking any notice of or being influenced by; not prevented by: I still enjoyed the week despite the weather. Despite repeated assurances that the product is safe, many people have stopped buying it.
– despite 1. 'in spite of' You use in spite of when you are mentioning something that surprisingly does not prevent something else from being true. The spelling is in spite of, not ' inspite of '. The air was clear and fresh, in spite of all the traffic. In spite of his ill health, my father was always cheerful. Be Careful!
Despite came to mean contempt or scorn in English, though that use as a noun has mostly dropped out of use. The phrase in despite of gradually got shortened to the preposition despite and lost its scornful quality. If you accomplish something despite the obstacles in your way, there's no need to feel spiteful about it. Definitions of despite
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