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    In term of

    "CNN and Business 2.0 look at ways to improve technology in terms of engine and fuel efficiency. "

    what does "in terms of" here mean?thanks in advance!


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    Re: In term of

    Quote Originally Posted by hector51 View Post
    "CNN and Business 2.0 look at ways to improve technology in terms of engine and fuel efficiency. "
    what does "in terms of" here mean?thanks in advance!
    CNN and Business 2.0 look at ways to improve technology with regard to engine and fuel efficiency.

    CNN and Business 2.0 look at ways to improve technology as regards engine and fuel efficiency.

    CNN and Business 2.0 look at ways to improve technology dealing with engine and fuel efficiency.

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