at that

[at that] {adv. phr.}, {informal} 1. As it is; at that point; without more talk or waiting.

Ted was not quite satisfied with his haircut but let it go at that.

2. In addition; also.

Bill's seatmate on the plane was a girl and a pretty one at that.

3. After all; in spite of all; anyway.

The book was hard to understand, but at that Jack enjoyed it.

Syn.: ALL THE SAME.