Needless to say

Needless to say = (1) very likely or obvious; self-evident or to be expected: ‘Needless to say, I should have spent more time on studies, but I just didn’t have it.’ (2) (an adverb meaning ‘of course’) is NOT followed by a that clause: ‘Needless to say, I was delighted to see that I had passed.’

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