Translation for 'because of' from English to Greek
because of {prep}λόγω
because of {prep}εξαιτίας
Partial Matches
because {conj}επειδή
because {conj}γιατί
because {conj}διότι
of {prep}από
of course {adv}φυσικά
of course {adv}βεβαίως
unverified out of {prep}από, εκτός
unverified to consist (of)αποτελούμε από
decree of divorce {noun}
απόφαση {η} διαζυγίου
psychology of religion {noun}
ψυχολογία {η} της θρησκείας
philosophy of religion {noun}
φιλοσοφία {η} της θρησκείας
philosophy of mathematics {noun}
φιλοσοφία {η} των μαθηματικών
unverified palm (of hand) {noun}φούχτα {η}
Evander (of Pallene) {noun}
Εύανδρος {ο}
a lot of {adj}πολλά
time of day {noun}ώρα {η}
to be aware ofξέρω
in front of {prep}μπροστά από
in spite of {prep}παρ' όλο
sense of balance {noun}αιθουσαία αίσθηση {η}
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Usage Examples English
  • Concluding or assuming that a theory is true because of a prediction it makes being observed is invalid.
  • The atomic radii of the alkali metals increase going down the group. Because of the shielding effect, when an atom has more than one electron shell, each electron feels electric repulsion from the other electrons as well as electric attraction from the nucleus.
  • Assistive technology is often not adopted, or else abandoned entirely, because of issues to do with design (lack of appeal) or comfort (poor ergonomics).
  • The ANOVA "F"-test (of the null-hypothesis that all treatments have exactly the same effect) is recommended as a practical test, because of its robustness against many alternative distributions.
  • In 2021, farmers discovered stem rust on wheat in the Champagne area of France, a disease that had previously only occurred in Morocco for 20 to 30 years. Because of climate change, insects that used to die off over the winter are now alive and multiplying.

  • Damage to either of these areas can reduce the fitness of the rival, either because of the need to regenerate tissue or because it impairs its ability to detect food.
  • This is far higher than for the ocean primarily because of the contribution of clouds.
  • In addition to not playing the Australian Open (which later became his best Grand Slam event) for the first eight years of his career, Agassi chose not to play at Wimbledon from 1988 through 1990 (although he first played there in 1987, only to lose in the first round to Henri Leconte) and publicly stated that he did not wish to play there because of the event's traditionalism, particularly its "predominantly white" dress code to which players at the event are required to conform.
  • Apollo also demanded that all other methods of divination be made inferior to his, a wish that Zeus granted him readily. Because of this, Athena, who had been practicing divination by throwing pebbles, cast her pebbles away in displeasure.
  • according to Bemer, "so much so that the code that was to become ASCII was first called the "Bemer–Ross Code" in Europe". Because of his extensive work on ASCII, Bemer has been called "the father of ASCII".

  • Algeria has struggled to develop industries outside hydrocarbons in part because of high costs and an inert state bureaucracy.
  • academic philosophers have generally ignored or rejected her philosophy because of her polemical approach and lack of methodological rigor.
  • Another early Spanish name for Aruba was "Isla de Brasil", named as such because of the many Brazilwood trees that grew on the island.
  • The supersonic fighter-bomber F-111/FB-111 was nicknamed the Aardvark because of its long nose resembling the animal.
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