conj.and; used to connect two adjectives, verbs, or clauses related in meaning
This is a long and complicated job.
This is a great and difficult task.
This is boring and useless work.
conj.(used to connect an affirmative element and a negative element that complement each other)
This is a famous but unreal title.
The smell of roses is very fragrant but not strong.
This thing is flashy.
conj.yet; but; used to connect two elements opposite in meaning
He is thin but healthy.
He is fat but tall.
He is common but confident.
conj.so that; used to show cause and effect
He died for the people.
He retreated because of difficulties.
He exercises because of his weight.
Without ambition, one will never amount to anything.
People without faith will lose a lot of things.
If you struggle without relying on the people, you will fail.
again and again
conj.(connecting an adverbial element to a verb)
come in a hurry