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What does this "By some measure" mean?
gu124)In recent years, there's been a sharp decline in honeybee numbers. By some measure the wild population has nearly disappeared, and if honeybees were to become extinct, we would be in trouble...
Sadly, in the UK, the decline is very real.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.
(And there's just a typo, keannu: 'By some measures...'. 'By some <expression-of-distance>...' is possible (with a different meaning) in some cases, for example 'She beat him by some distance' - which means 'by quite a significant distance'. But with 'measure' the singular doesn't work.