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"While" is a conjunction or preposition in English. As a conjunction, it refers to simultaneous events or something that is happening at the same time. Example: "She read a book while he cooked dinner." As a preposition, it indicates a contrast or comparison. Example: "While I like apples, he prefers oranges."
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