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due to British & World English

Caused by or ascribable to

due to New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

traditionally condemned as incorrect in the sense ‘because of’; on account of is a better alternative

due British & World English

(Of a thing) required or owed as a legal or moral obligation

due to in due British & World English

Caused by or ascribable to

due to in due English Thesaurus

her death was due to an infection of the abdominal wall

in due course in due British & World English

At the appropriate time

with respect in respect British & World English

Used as a polite formula preceding, and intended to mitigate the effect of, an expression of disagreement

give the devil his due in devil British & World English

If someone or something generally considered bad or undeserving has any redeeming features these should be acknowledged

credit where credit is due in credit British & World English

Praise given when it is deserved, even if one is reluctant to give it


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