English version

the order of things

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe order of thingsthe order of thingsBEthe way that life and the world are organized and intended to be People accepted the class system as part of the natural order of things. order
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natural order of thingsIn terms of the dominant concepts of the age, feudalism appeared as the natural order of things.The gender imbalance is seen by many as the natural order of things, indicating some form of biological superiority for women.It seems, like the dandelions in spring, to be the natural order of things.They just happened in the natural order of things.But my ideas were based on ignorance of the natural order of things.In the vast majority of cases hierarchical inequality is taken for granted as part of the natural order of things.Most of his contemporaries would have shrugged their shoulders and let it remain as part of the natural order of things.In this way a social contrivance appears to be founded on the natural order of things.
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