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    In terms of?

    What does ' in terms of ' mean?
    How do we use it?

    Thanks for help

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    Exclamation Re: In terms of?

    Quote Originally Posted by samansa View Post
    What does ' in terms of ' mean?
    How do we use it?

    Thanks for help
    in terms of means:
    • with regard to;; with reference to: The book offers nothing in terms of a satisfactory conclusion.
    • As measured or indicated by; in units of: Distances are always expressed in terms of kilometers as well as miles.
    • expressing contradiction: This is a cheap entertainment, but costly in terms of time wasted


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    Re: In terms of?

    Quote Originally Posted by sarat_106 View Post
    in terms of means:
    • with regard to;; with reference to: The book offers nothing in terms of a satisfactory conclusion.
    • As measured or indicated by; in units of: Distances are always expressed in terms of kilometers as well as miles.
    • expressing contradiction: This is a cheap entertainment, but costly in terms of time wasted
    thank a million

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