at least

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Expression
at least

  1. If something is at least some amount or level, it is not less that that, but it could be more.
    I don't know how much it costs, but it's at least $10.
    This will take at least an hour.
  2. You use at least to suggest that something is the worst or most basic of the acceptable options.
    At least she deserves your thanks.
  3. You use at least to focus on a positive part of a bad situation.
    It's too bad you broke your arm, but at least you can still hold things.
  4. You use at least when you want to change, correct, or qualify something you just said.
    It should be easier the second time. At least, that's what they told me.
    It's pretty easy to find a good school. At least, it is here.

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