When there's smoke, there's fire
I have thought this is a Korean saying, but looking it up in the dictionary, I think it comes from English or the both cultures have had the same expression. So does it mean "Without any cause, there's no result."?
ex)When there's smoke, there's fire = There's no smoke without fire.
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