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    #1

    in every aspect/respect

    My work isn't perfect in every aspect/respect.
    Do both words work for this sentence?
    Are there any efficient ways to tell them apart?
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    Re: in every aspect/respect

    'My work isn't perfect in every respect' or

    'Every aspect of my work isn't perfect'.

    Rover

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