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    I need some help- idioms

    Can anyone tell me the meaning of

    "as to the meaning of"

    Please.

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    Re: I need some help- idioms

    That phrase, by itself, is not idiomatic. Please tell us more of the context.

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    Re: I need some help- idioms

    Quote Originally Posted by rosendagonzalez View Post
    Can anyone tell me the meaning of

    "as to the meaning of"

    Please.
    The introduction "as to the" can be used to introduce a concept or explanation that will be addressed. "As to" means "about" or "with regard to" or "regarding".

    As to the major argument before the court, let me say...
    As to the meaning of the poem, I believe that the author...

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