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wouldn’t you know (it)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwouldn’t you know (it)wouldn’t you know (it)used to say that something is not at all surprising I was told in no uncertain terms that Helen, wouldn’t you know it, didn’t approve. know
Examples from the Corpus
wouldn’t you know (it)"He showed up late again." "Wouldn't you know it."
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