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は言うまでもなく
haiumademonaku
JLPT N1 Author: dc
はいうまでもなく
Meaning
goes without saying/not to mention
he speaks vulcan, not to mention geek.
Phrases
We were served French champagne, not to mention the usual cocktails.
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There are a number of methodological problems here, not to mention the inaccuracy of some of the results.
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The teacher speaks good French, not to mention English.
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Jane can play the violin, not to mention the guitar.
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He speaks German, not to mention English.
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Nuclear power plants are dangerous, not to mention nuclear weapons.
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Nuclear power plants are dangerous, not to mention nuclear weapons.
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We admired his wisdom, not to mention his courage.
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We admired his wisdom, not to mention his courage.
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istrust of people, not to mention hate, is the root of human suffering.
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His wife now had to take care of his grandfather, not to mention their two children.
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He doesn't speak English, not to mention French.
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He can speak German, not to mention English and French.
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He can speak French and German, not to mention English.
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He can speak French, not to mention English.
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He reads foreign books, not to mention Japanese ones.
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He cannot afford the common comforts of life, not to mention luxuries.
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She speaks French and German, not to mention English.
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He knows little of mathematics, to say nothing of chemistry (which he knows even less of).
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