English version

through no fault of her/my etc own

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthrough no fault of her/my etc ownthrough no fault of her/my etc ownFAULT/BE somebody'S FAULTused to say that something bad that happened to someone was not caused by them Through no fault of our own we are currently two players short. fault
Examples from the Corpus
through no fault of her/my etc ownIn my opinion Anna acted more childishly but through no fault of her own.So, through no fault of my own, I was at a loose end quite a bit.
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