needless to say
This page is about the conversational phrase needless to say
You can say this if what you're telling someone is obvious, or they should already know it.
- "How did Daniel react when he won?"
"He was really excited, needless to say."
- "Needless to say, the workers will be very upset when they hear about these wage cuts."
You can say "Needless to say" if what you're saying is
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