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    in terms of

    Have I used properly expression "in terms of":

    "I was anylizing proposals of new products in terms of introducing them to company’s offer."

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    Re: in terms of

    Quote Originally Posted by Pierce111 View Post
    Have I used properly expression "in terms of":

    "I was analysing proposals for new products in terms of introducing them to the company’s offer."


    No, it's not correctly used. You could use "with a view to".

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