go without saying
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- (idiomatic, impersonal) To not need to be said; to be obvious, apparent, clear, or already established.
- It goes without saying that our volunteers love their work.
- 1960 March, G. Freeman Allen, “Europe's most luxurious express - the "Settebello"”, in Trains Illustrated, page 141:
- It almost goes without saying that the train is fully soundproofed, with double-glazed windows and highly efficient air-conditioning by the British firm of J. Stone.
to be obvious, apparent or clear