[ tʊ ɐ hˈa͡ɪə dɪɡɹˈiː], [ tʊ ɐ hˈaɪə dɪɡɹˈiː], [ t_ʊ ɐ h_ˈaɪ_ə d_ɪ_ɡ_ɹ_ˈiː]
Synonyms for To a higher degree:
n.• more than
How to use "To a higher degree" in context?
To a higher degree is a phrase that is often used when someone is talking aboutSomething that is more than what it is. For example, if a person has a degree from college, they might say that they "to a higher degree" have a degree from a prestigious university. This phrase is often used in order to show respect or to give someone credit for something that is more than what they originally had.
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