When should “dough” be used?

I’ve heard in many movies/songs, specially in American English, that they add to the end of sentences the word “dough”. For instance:

I won´t play today dough

Could anyone give me a hint – what does this mean exactly and when it can be used?


The word you are looking for is actually “Though”

Which can be defined as

despite the fact that;

Here is an example sentence.

I am a history student, I don’t like that subject though.

It means I don’t like history despite the fact that I am a student of that subject.

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