One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to express one's lack of surprise about something.‘I might have known it was you’
- ‘This day, as you might have guessed, is called a ‘B’ day.’
- ‘So we didn't stay there too long, as you might have guessed.’
- ‘As you might have guessed, the menu is available in English, though you may have to spend time getting your head around some of the translations.’
- ‘As you might have guessed, there's definitely more to this story.’
- ‘These numbers reflect the environmental squalor that has amassed over the last few decades, due, as we all might have guessed, to pollution, over harvesting, disease, and habitat loss.’
- ‘If our president had traveled more, he might have known that.’
- ‘As you might have guessed, it's no ordinary film.’
- ‘His more established blog, Law, Science and Technology, focuses on - as you might have guessed - the intersection of law, science, and technology.’
- ‘You might have known, in general, that the market was in a bubble.’
- ‘There is, as you might have guessed, a crisis situation.’
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