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at that

Definition of at that

  1. —used when giving more information about something or someone that was just mentioned <It's a fancy new car, and a sports car at that.> <The band did a remake of the song, and a bad one at that.> <She is a lawyer, and a very talented one at that.>

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to lessen in amount, effect, or force

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