English version

if it wasn’t/weren’t for somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishif it wasn’t/weren’t for somebody/somethingif it wasn’t/weren’t for somebody/something (also if it hadn’t been for somebody/something)IF used to say who or what prevents or prevented something from happening If it hadn’t been for you, I should have drowned. forif it wasn’t/weren’t for somebody/somethingif it wasn’t/weren’t for somebody/something (also if it hadn’t been for somebody/something)IF used to say who or what prevents or prevented something from happening We would have arrived much earlier if it hadn’t been for the snow. it
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