English version

just because ...

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjust because ...just because ...spokenREASON used to say that, although one thing is true, it does not mean that something else is true Just because you’re my brother doesn’t mean I have to like you! because
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just because ...He is just because he is vulnerable and challengeable.I can't break it, just because he's out of the country.This is not just because Republicans are determined to make it so.Anyway, you can't dismiss the experimental method just because some irrational people choose not to put the findings into practice.So just because you can't find it through a Web search doesn't mean it's not there.Perhaps it's just because you don't like her?Just because you shop at the local indoor mall does not make you an expert on the retail sector of the economy.
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