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thanks to sb/sth

B2 because of someone or something: It's thanks to Sandy that I heard about the job.disapproving The baby is awake thanks to you and your shouting.
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Translations of “thanks to sb/sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 幸亏, 由于,因为…
in Chinese (Traditional) 幸虧, 由於,因為…
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