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    "to a lesser extent "

    "to a lesser extent "


    When do we use the above phrase?

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: "to a lesser extent "

    It has a meaning similar to 'less than':
    The USA and, to a lesser extent, the UK...
    Here, the UK are involved, but not as much as the US.


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    Re: "to a lesser extent "

    Thanks !

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