Definition of go without saying in English:

go without saying

phrase

  • Be obvious.

    ‘it goes without saying that lay appointees must be selected with care’
    • ‘It goes without saying that very few of these people have any specialized knowledge of African art history.’
    • ‘It goes without saying that, should this bill pass, the rate of organ donation will skyrocket in our province.’
    • ‘It goes without saying that there is zero tolerance for public drunkenness at this show.’
    • ‘It goes without saying that medicine has also seen some fantastic innovation during the last 20 years.’
    • ‘It goes without saying that sampling some foie gras is practically mandatory.’
    • ‘It goes without saying that we must maintain the solid defensive standard that we set last season.’
    • ‘It goes without saying that eating these foods to replace every meal is not a good idea.’
    • ‘It goes without saying that the sub-genre of rock opera lies uneasily within the larger categories of opera and rock music.’
    • ‘But it goes without saying that bridges can be conduits of benign or malignant cargoes.’
    • ‘And, of course, it goes without saying that you don't have to get drunk to enjoy the games.’