in many respects

in many respects

In many ways or aspects. In many respects, I'd love to take this job, but I'm not thrilled at the prospect of relocating. You remind me of your mother in many respects, but you're very much your own person too.
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The union issue is a sideshow in many respects, except that it does have significance for the work we do as journalists.
Brundtland reports that "her attitudes in many respects echoed my own social-democratic approach.")
As he grew older and assumed political power, he became, in many respects, a pioneer of the tough-minded neoconservatives who have helped bring America's attention to the social pathologies of the underclass.