hinge̱gen /Konj./ dagegen, im Gegensatz dazu: am Wochenende schien die Sonne, heute h. regnet es; Diebstähle kommen noch vor, Mordfälle sind h. selten geworden; er ist sparsam, sie h. verschwendet; ich sehe nur, daß doch meine Krawatte noch drüben am Sessel hängt, hingegen die Uhr habe ich am Arm
hin|ge|gen [Adv. ] im Gegensatz dazu, dagegen; wir gehen, ihr h. müsst noch da bleiben
Main Entry: 2however
1 a : in whatever manner or way <shall serve you, sir, truly, however else -- Shakespeare> b : to whatever degree or extent <has done this for however many thousands of years -- Emma Hawkridge>
2 : in spite of that : on the other hand <still seems possible, however, that conditions will improve> <would like to go; however, I think I'd better not>
3 : how in the world <however did you manage to do it>
ADVERB:1. In whatever manner or way: However he did it, it was very clever. 2. To whatever degree or extent: “have begun, however reluctantly, to acknowledge the legitimacy of some of the concerns” (Christopher Lasch). 3. In what way. Used as an intensive of how: However did you get here so soon? 4. In spite of that; nevertheless; yet: The book is expensive; however, it's worth it. 5. On the other hand; by contrast: The first part was easy; the second, however, took hours.