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    I am having hard time to understand the meaning and usage of "in terms of ".

    Thanks in advance for your response.

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    Default Re: in terms of

    In terms of mean: with regard to or concerning.

    Given are some examples of the same:

    1) That book offers nothing in terms of (with regard to) satisfactory conclusion.

    2) In terms of (with regard to) beauty, she stands first.

    Hope this helps!

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