English version

for the sake of it

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfor the sake of itfor the sake of itWANTif you do something for the sake of it, you do it because you want to and not for any particular reason She likes spending money just for the sake of it. sake
Examples from the Corpus
for the sake of itKnow the state of the tide and strength of current; never dive for the sake of it.He once destroyed an entire constellation just for the sake of it.Of course, there's no point in doing something intrinsically dull just for the sake of it.However, adding photographs just for the sake of it is not a good idea.There is no need to ask questions at this stage just for the sake of it.Like other young people, they want change if only for the sake of it.I think it is sad if you just want to be popular for the sake of it.I do not believe simply in throwing money at the prison service for the sake of it.He was just talking for the sake of it.
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