Of course
Of course(adv)
UK
əv kɔːs
US
əv kɔːrs
Definition: Used to introduce an idea or action as being obvious or to be expected.
Meaning: Dĩ nhiên, đương nhiên, tất nhiên
Very Common
How to use "Of course" in sentence (example)

Of course, pineapples are now easily acquired, even by us average folks, and the symbol is gone.

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Android has over a billion activations on devices including tablets and of course smartphones.

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Of course if you are an Apple fan that is completely understandable, just look at their user base they must be doing something right as well!

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Google of course, is the biggest search engine in the world.

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The most popular topic that is searched for is of course, music!

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This of course prompted further thorough investigation, as well as the millions of visitors that flock to the now famous ruins every year.

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This theory was debunked of course, but there are plenty of other locations within the Inca Empire where such things did occur.

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These vehicles here will of course be forever out of reach for the average Joe like me and you.

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