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    #1

    in/to various degrees

    Hi!

    Is there any difference between:

    A: in various degrees
    B: to various degrees?

    Thank you.

    Csika

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    #2

    Re: in/to various degrees

    They are both correct.

    Their use depends on the context, of which you didn't give us any.

    Rover

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    #3

    Re: in/to various degrees

    Hi!

    Could you please give a context where in/to is more appropriate?

    Thanks.

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