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that’s (just) the way something/somebody is/that’s (just) the way something goes

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthat’s (just) the way something/somebody is/that’s (just) the way something goesthat’s (just) the way something/somebody is/that’s (just) the way something goesused to say that a particular situation or person cannot be changed Don’t try to fight it. That’s just the way it is. Sometimes Tim needs to be alone. That’s the way he is. way
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that’s (just) the way something/somebody is/that’s (just) the way something goesAnd that's the way he is.And that's the way it is again this year - everybody is happy with what I am doing.But they think they can run everything from Detroit and that's the way the organisation is going to be restructured.Even the best generals sometimes lose with this army just because that's the way it is.For that's the way it is for the talented twosome.He's always been a bit on his dignity, I suppose, but that's the way he is.In the end Capirossi had to do the winning himself and that's the way 1991 is going to be.The money we got to spend - well, that's the way it is.
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