English version

always assuming/supposing (that) something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishalways assuming/supposing (that) somethingalways assuming/supposing (that) somethingBritish English used to say that one important fact has to be accepted as true for something else to happen, be true etc We’ll leave on Tuesday – always assuming the car’s repaired by then. always
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