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1. extent extent


to what extent
Let's use our brains to the greatest extent possible and see what happens during the planning stages!
To this extent, it has the characteristics of a great complicated balance between plant life and lower forms of animal life.
Foreigners complain that it is difficult to get to know Japanese people. To some extent this may be true.
You were always a perfect 'superhuman' to an infuriating extent, and so that 'habit' was actually one of your cute, or rather charming, attributes.
The earth's ecosystem is to some extent self-correcting, so it is also possible that the effects are being masked by other changes.
Jimmy is to some extent capable of performing this operation.
To a certain extent, we are all responsible for this tragic situation.
What kind of habits can damage one's health to a large extent?
Credit is an amount or limit to the extent of which a person may receive goods or money for payment in the future.
Perception is based, to a very large extent, on conceptual models - which are always inadequate, often incomplete and sometimes profoundly wrong.
Snakes are -to a certain extent- deaf, but can still hear very low sounds and are very sensitive to smells.
I don't know Spanish, but with the help of a Spanish-German dictionary, I nevertheless understood your letter to some extent.
He has come to look like a sly-as-a-fox Premier who uses his position's powers to the fullest extent, to his own advantage.