to an extent

to an extent

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