in terms of

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Preposition[edit]

in terms of

  1. in relation to a particular aspect; with respect to; as regards; concerning; regarding
    I switched to a different bank for better customer service, but there was little difference in terms of interest rates.
    She has no idea how she wants the house to look in terms of décor.

Usage notes[edit]

In terms of differs to regarding in that the former usually refers to a particular aspect of a certain topic, whilst the latter is usually used to introduce a new topic.

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