Owing to – definition of owing to by The Free Dictionary #senior #debt

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to be in debt to. I owe (him) $10. skuld, verskuldig wees يَكونُ مَدينا дължа dever dlužit schulden skylde οφείλω. χρωστώ deber võlgnema بدهکار بودن olla velkaa devoir לִהיוֹת חַייָב ऋणी होना dugovati tartozik vkinek vmivel meminjam, berhutang skulda dovere 借りている 금전상의 빚이 있다 būti skolingam būt parādā berhutang schuldig zijn skylde być winnym بد كار dever a datora быть должным. задолжать dlhovať, byť dlžný dolgovati dugovati vara skyldig เป็นหนี้ borcu olmak 欠債 бути винним, заборгувати مقروض ہونا nợ 欠债

still to be paid. There is some money still owing (to us). verskuldig, uitstaande, onbetaald مُسْتَحِق الدَّفْع дължим devido dlužný zu zahlen skyldig οφειλόμενος debido võlgu (olev) پرداخت نشده maksamaton dû מַגִיע देय koji treba platiti kintlevőség belum dibayar ógreiddur dovuto. da pagare 借りになっている 빚지고 있는 neišmokėtas nesamaksāts terhutang verschuldigd til gode. skyldig należny نه پرداخت شوى devido datorat причитающийся dlžný dolžan dužan som skall betalas เป็นหนี้ ödenecek 未付的 належний, заборгований قرض nợ 未付的

because of. Owing to the rain, the football has been cancelled. weens, vanweë بِسَبب благодарение на devido a vzhledem k infolge på grund af εξαιτίας. λόγω debido a. a causa de tõttu به دلیل takia en raison de בִּגלַל- हेतु से zbog, zahvaljujući vmi miatt karena vegna a causa di ~のために. 때문에 dėl sakarā ar; dēļ disebabkan wegens på grunn av wskutek په دى دليل devido a din cauza из-за. по причине vzhľadom na, kvôli, pre zaradi zahvaljujući på grund av, med anledning av เนื่องจาก yüzünden. -den/dan dolayı 由於 внаслідок, через کي وجہ سے، بہ سبب bởi vì 由于

owing to is used to mean `because of’: The shop is closed owing to (not due to ) the manager’s illness.
due to is used to mean `caused by’: The accident was believed to be due to his negligence.

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References in classic literature ?

But it very often happens that owing to the instantaneous, violent, convulsive running of the whale upon receiving the first iron, it becomes impossible for the harpooneer, however lightning-like in his movements, to pitch the second iron into him.

Lastly, It is owing to you that the history appears what it now is.

He had noticed that a few rays, not of daylight, but from a lamp, penetrated through the ill-joined planks of the door; he approached just as the brigand was refreshing himself with a mouthful of brandy, which, owing to the leathern bottle containing it, sent forth an odor which was extremely unpleasant to Danglars.

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