What is the difference between 'crucial to' and 'crucial in'?
Originally Posted by peter123
The cooperation of both parties was crucial in getting the legislation passed.
The cooperation of both parties was crucial to the passage of the legislation.
Your participation was crucial in convincing the director to accept our plan.
Your participation was crucial to the success of our plan.
Crucial in a process
Crucial to an outcome
I hope this is helpful,
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