Because of
Because of(prep)
UK
bɪˈkɒz ɒv
US
bɪˈkɔz ʌv
Definition: On account of; by reason of.
Meaning: Bởi vì điều đó (theo sau là các danh từ, đại từ hoặc là các cụm danh động từ)
Very Common
How to use "Because of" in sentence (example)

Because of this, snakes that live in colder climates must hibernate through the winter.

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Spring dish gained immense popularity at the time of Tang and Song dynasty rule and in this period the dish was better known as five spice dish because of its hot and spicy flavor.

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Traditionally, fish and chips were wrapped in greaseproof paper and a thick layer of newspaper which served not only as an insulator but also as a plate to make eating outdoors easier—because of health and safety control, however, chippies are no longer allowed to use paper anymore.

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Giraffes eat leaves from tall trees and sometimes fruit, which they can reach because of their long legs and long necks.

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Because of this, the gorgeous old buildings you see lined up on the canal - and street-fronts of Amsterdam are particularly thin and tall.

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Because of the clouds, only radar can map the surface.

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Turtles and tortoises are both kept as pets, but can be difficult to care for because of their long life span.

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Because of Uranus's odd movements in its orbit (the line which a planet follows in moving), it made astronomers search for the new planet.

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