Definition of 'due to'
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This was partly due to Europe 's atypical family patterns. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)Mexico showed the biggest jump in happiness outside Europe, probably due to freer elections. The Sun (2008)These small islands will become the most populous country in Europe, mostly due to the effects of immigration. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'due to'
British English: due to /djuː tʊ/ PREPOSITION
If something is due to another thing, it is a result of that thing.
He couldn't do the job, due to pain in his hands.
- American English: due to
- Arabic: نَتِيجَةً لـ
- Brazilian Portuguese: devido a
- Chinese: 由于
- Croatian: zbog
- Czech: vzhledem k
- Danish: på grund af
- Dutch: vanwege
- European Spanish: debido a
- Finnish: johtuen
- French: en raison de
- German: aufgrund
- Greek: εξαίτιας
- Italian: a causa di
- Japanese: ･･･のために 原因
- Korean: ...때문에
- Norwegian: på grunn av
- Polish: z powodu
- European Portuguese: devido a
- Romanian: din cauza
- Russian: вследствие
- Spanish: debido a
- Swedish: på grund av
- Thai: เพราะ
- Turkish: dolayı
- Ukrainian: через
- Vietnamese: do
Definition of due to from the Collins English Dictionary
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