I am not sure if "out of expectation" means
"as I expected"
or "beyond my expectation".
I remember when I first came across the phrase it meant "as I expected".
However, people around me started telling me it means "beyond my expectation".
I can't find this phrase in my idiom reference books
so if anyone knows the true meaning to it please kindly tell me.
(If you have any reference please do quote. thanks.)
Thanks for everyone's help!
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