Ответ в теме: English idioms

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№37 at that — moreover (nearly always used to qualify some¬ thing already mentioned)
1. And it occurred to me as I said that it mightn’t be such a bad life at that. (I. Murdoch)
2. He was twenty-five and not a thing to show for it except his life in the army. A damn good life at that — up to a point. (D. Cusack)
3. He has lost his umbrella, a new one at that. (A. Hornby)