(it) stands to reason
This page is about the idiom (it) stands to reason
Meaning: You can say it stands to reason that something should be so if it seems reasonable to you that it should be so.
- If you eat good food and get plenty of exercise it stands to reason that you'll have a good chance of living to a ripe old age.
- It stands to reason that kids who study the hardest get the best grades.
It stands to reason that the best way to learn to speak a foreign language is to
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