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to some degree

Somewhat; partly; in a limited way or to a limited extent. Your essay would be improved to some degree by tidying up your paragraphs, but your topic on the whole has some fundamental problems. The administration is willing to negotiate to some degree, but it is not ready to make any significant changes to the legislation.
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to some degree

Also, to a certain degree; to some or a certain extent ; to a degree or an extent . Somewhat, in a way, as in To some degree we'll have to compromise, or To an extent it's a matter of adjusting to the colder climate. The use of degree in these terms, all used in the same way, dates from the first half of the 1700s, and extent from the mid-1800s.
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According to this distribution, each confederacy would comprise an extent of territory larger than that of the kingdom of Great Britain.
Another of these magi constructed (of like material) a creature that put to shame even the genius of him who made it; for so great were its reasoning powers that, in a second, it performed calculations of so vast an extent that they would have required the united labor of fifty thousand fleshy men for a year.
"'Another of these magicians, by means of a fluid that nobody ever yet saw, could make the corpses of his friends brandish their arms, kick out their legs, fight, or even get up and dance at his will.{*28} Another had cultivated his voice to so great an extent that he could have made himself heard from one end of the world to the other.{*29} Another had so long an arm that he could sit down in Damascus and indite a letter at Bagdad -- or indeed at any distance whatsoever.
Inflation has diminished the purchasing power of our money to such an extent that nickels and pennies are now worth more melted down than their face value.
Moy's statement ignores the fact that it was the government that took advantage of the American taxpayer by destroying the currency's purchasing power to such an extent that the metal in nickels and pennies is now worth more than the coins' face value.
Examples include the Florida State Center for Library Automation and, to an extent, OhioLINK Many large multibranch public libraries also use systems of this type.
Auction are invited for Item 1 factory land and building kinathukadavu sub reg dist pollachi taluk in mettubavi village sf no 238/4 measuring an extent of 7.10 acres of land as per sub divided as sf no 238/4a measuring 0.43 acres of land to an extent of 0.85 acres of land item 2 kinathukadavu sub reg dist pollachi taluk in mettubavi village in sf no 240/1 to an extent of 3.20 acres ofland sf no 242/3 to an extent of 3.80 acres total to an extent 7.00 acres
Item no.1: s.nO.52/17 of an extent of ac.0-26 cents and s.nO.52/18 of an extent of ac.0-10 cents and totally an extnet of ac.0-36 cents.
item no.3 : s.nO.52/14 of an extent of ac.0-84 cents s.nO.52/15 of an extent of ac.1-05 cents and totally an extent of ac.1-89 cents.