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Prepositional phraseEdit

at that

  1. (idiomatic) In addition to what has been said; furthermore; moreover.
    He went to a famous school, and a good one at that.
  2. (idiomatic) Now that it has been mentioned.
    • 2004, Susan Volland, Love and Meatballs (page 62)
      "Someone needs to get these naive kids up to speed on what goes on in the real world." I spoon-fed him some more sugar. "And it sounds like you're just the man to do it."
      "Maybe I am. Maybe I am at that."

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