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English definition of “no wonder”

no wonder

B2 it is not surprising : No wonder the children are excited , - this is the first time they've been abroad . "If brutal killers like these two are at work , it is no wonder that so many Kosovans have fled ," he said.Apparent and obviousVisible
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