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    #1

    yet

    Having looked through all the dictionary's meanings of "yet" I am still not sure about the following phrase meaning (as regarding "yet"):

    "Tariff peaks are often linked to quotas and a proposed cap would be aimed at creating a simple yet uniform limit for all agricultural goods."
    Does it stand for "more" or "even more"?
    In advance thank you.

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    Re: yet

    I am not a teacher.

    In this case, "yet" means something like "nevertheless." In spite of being simple, the limit would be uniform.

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