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because of

preposition
 
/bɪˈkɒz əv/
B1 as a result of someone or something
a causa de
She is coughing because of her sore throat. I’m only here because of you.
Translations of “because of”
in Korean -때문에…
in Arabic بِسَبَب…
in Portuguese por causa de…
in Japanese ~のせいで, ~のために…
in Italian a causa di…
in Chinese (Traditional) 因為,由於…
in Russian из-за…
in Turkish ... den dolayı, yüzünden, ...den ötürü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 因为,由于…
in Polish z powodu…
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