At the end of Neville's interview, Harry had the impression that Slughorn was reserving judgement on Neville, yet to see whether he had any of his parents' flair.

Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince

I'm not quite sure what sense of 'yet' has been used here. It doesn't sound like a 'but'. Any thoughts?


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Here, "yet" means that "still".
Slughorn still had to confirm if Neville was as courageous as his parents or not.

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