What is another word for to the extent of?

Pronunciation: [tə ðɪ ɛkstˈɛnt ɒv] (IPA)

To the extent of is a common phrase used to convey the idea of the limit or degree of something. It is often used when highlighting the amount of something, and when there is a need to emphasize how far a particular situation or outcome can go. There are several synonyms that can be used to replace "to the extent of," such as "to the limit of," "up to," "as far as," "to the point of," and "to such an extent that." These phrases can effectively communicate the same idea and emphasis as the original phrase, while also adding variety and precision to the language.

What are the hypernyms for To the extent of?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with To the extent of

  • The fame of heroes owes little to the extent of their conquests and all to the success of the tributes paid to them.
    Jean Genet
  • Even if I was a bad right wing guy, to the extent of whether my arguments are right or wrong, they're right or wrong independently if I'm right or left.
    Bjorn Lomborg
  • The Bishop moves diagonally forwards or backwards, to the extent of the Board.
    Howard Staunton
  • Suddenly, the screens were dominated by American entertainment to the extent of something like 95 percent. As a result, audiences turned away from the kinds of films that we used to make.
    Andrzej Wajda
  • We conclude our analysis of the Rand cult with the observation that here was an extreme example of contradiction between the exoteric and the esoteric creed. That in the name of individuality, reason, and liberty, the Rand cult in effect preached something totally different. The Rand cult was concerned not with every man’s individuality, but only with Rand’s individuality, not with everyone’s right reason but only with Rand’s reason. The only individuality that flowered to the extent of blotting out all others, was Ayn Rand’s herself; everyone else was to become a cipher subject to Rand’s mind and will.
    Ayn Rand

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