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by dint of (doing) something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishby dint of (doing) somethingby dint of (doing) somethingBECAUSEby using a particular method By dint of hard work and persistence, she had got the job of manager. dint
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by dint of (doing) somethingA peculiar light seemed shed over everything, by dint of it being that house and no other!And though his grades each week never varied much from 9 and 10, it was only by dint of hard work.
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