Due to

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Definition

due to: because of, for the reason of, owing to
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Due to the bad weather, the concert has been cancelled.

(The train is) due to (leave London in 15 minutes): (The train is) expected to, scheduled to (leave London in 15 minutes)
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Examples

  • "A lot of this is due to anxiety over the downturn in the economy and its effect on consumer spending."
  • "Edward : Due to insufficient funds in my account!"
  • "Announcement 1: : Ladies and gentlemen, train number 98756 from London to Paris is delayed due to water on the tracks."
  • "Due to circumstances beyond our control, the meeting in Hong Kong has been brought forward by 1 day."
  • "In the event of a layover due to a delayed flight, hotel accommodation will be provided within the airport."
  • "Due to a tragic gas explosion in the Olympic village, all other contestants were killed before the event."
  • "You are due to leave Earth's atmosphere in 30 seconds."
  • "The record turnover is mainly due to an aggressive discount policy implemented by Delavigne's Head of Sales, Philip Cheeter."
  • "However, due to some good PR work."
  • "The TV network canceled 'Horrible Crimes and Forensic Miracles' due to poor ratings."

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