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seeing (that)

conjunction uk   ( informal seeing as, not standard seeing as how) us  
considering or accepting the fact that; as: We may as well go to the concert, seeing as we've already paid for the tickets.
Translations of “seeing (that)”
in Chinese (Traditional) 既然, 考慮到,鑒於…
in Chinese (Simplified) 既然, 考虑到,鉴于…
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