Is "As was the case with" idiom? What does it mean?
Yes, "as is the case with" is an idiom that is used to introduce something which is similar to another thing that happened, or to mean that something is typical or usual. Ex: As is the case with many college students, I had no money during college. Ex: After the race she was tired, as is the case with most runners of a marathon.
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