English version

as often as not

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishas often as notas often as not (also more often than not) spokenUSUALLY usually More often than not the train is late. often
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as often as notHits us below the belt as often as not.Lies, as often as not.Instead, I follow my country's football progress as often as not alone.The farm worker has himself contributed, though as often as not by leaving the industry rather than by joining a trade union.In fact, as often as not, customers were more interested in the software than the hardware.In the small coal communities, the pit was as often as not the sole source of wage-earning incomes.It's the men now, as often as not, who hear the biological clock ticking loudest.Young people do not want to live in them, when as often as not work means agriculture or nothing.
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