to what degree


: how much
To what degree is she interested in finance?

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Recent Examples on the Web In the coming weeks, months and probably years, the NFL will hope the legal system’s version of instant replay reverses or at least softens a decision that, left unchanged, could radically alter how NFL teams broadcast games and to what degree out-of-town fans can watch their favorite team play. Michael McCann,, 1 July 2024 To make those drugs, manufacturers need to know what’s actually happening in the body—to what degree the health effects can be attributed to more than just weight loss. Yasmin Tayag, The Atlantic, 11 June 2024 Biden hoped more supply would lead to lower prices at the pump, which worked then (though to what degree is debatable). Byalicia Adamczyk, Fortune, 6 June 2024 Although the health effects of breathing these pollutants are clear, researchers still wonder to what degree these conditions could be reversible. Tony Briscoe, Los Angeles Times, 22 May 2024 But will that translate to systematic usage, and to what degree? David Meyer, Fortune, 1 Feb. 2024 The debate in Kyiv about mobilization — and to what degree the country should ramp it up — has angered soldiers on the front line. Anastacia Galouchka, Washington Post, 8 Feb. 2024 But to what degree are the eruption's cooling sulfur aerosols counteracting any warming, and what is the net effect? Tom Yulsman, Discover Magazine, 29 Jan. 2024 Apex Predators Beyond Monero's common perception as being untraceable, to what degree Monero really does protect CSAM vendors remains a subject of debate and secrecy. Andy Greenberg, WIRED, 11 Jan. 2024

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“To what degree.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 13 Jul. 2024.

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