In terms of

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Definition

In terms of (discretion, Mrs. Chang is the best!): Regarding, in relation to, concerning (discretion, Mrs. Chang is the best!)
idiom

Examples

  • "Obviously, I've lost my sense of smell, so I'll have to take your word for any similarities to TigerLily in terms of scent."
  • "Eating locally, when possible, certainly has advantages both in terms of environmental impact and taste."
  • "I will of course insist on a good cross-section of society in terms of age, gender, ethnic origin, etc."
  • "The 10% increase in perfume sales to men aged 15-24 in the last five years is a positive for the market, as this is a key age group in terms of new brand targeting."

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