it goes without saying

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it goes without saying

It is unambiguous, perfectly clear, or self-evident (that something is the case); it is already widely acknowledged, established, or accepted (that something is the case). I know it goes without saying, but the staff restrooms are not to be used by students or visitors. It should go without saying, but you will receive an automatic zero if you are caught cheating on the exam.
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(It) (just) goes without saying.

Cliché [something] is so obvious that it need not be said. It goes without saying that you are to wear formal clothing to the White House dinner. Of course you must be on time. That goes without saying.
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it goes without saying

COMMON You say it goes without saying to mean that something is obviously true. It goes without saying that if someone has lung problems they should not smoke. It goes without saying that you will be my guest until you leave for Africa.
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it ˌgoes without ˈsaying (that...)

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that ˌgoes without ˈsaying

it is obvious, already known or natural (that...): Of course I’ll visit you in hospital. It goes without saying!‘You realize that this is a very responsible job, don’t you?’ ‘Yes, that goes without saying.’
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