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to what extent

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  • to what extent — to what degree, how much …   English contemporary dictionary

  • what — W1S1 [wɔt US wa:t, wʌt] pron, determiner, predeterminer [: Old English; Origin: hwAt] 1.) used to ask for information or for someone s opinion ▪ What are you doing? ▪ What subjects did you enjoy most? ▪ What colour is the new carpet? ▪ What s… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • what — ► PRONOUN & DETERMINER 1) asking for information specifying something. 2) (as pronoun ) asking for repetition of something not heard or confirmation of something not understood. 3) (as pronoun ) the thing or things that. 4) whatever. 5) used to… …   English terms dictionary

  • extent — [[t]ɪkste̱nt[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) N SING: with supp, usu the N of n If you are talking about how great, important, or serious a difficulty or situation is, you can refer to the extent of it. The government itself has little information on the extent of… …   English dictionary

  • extent — /Ik stent/ noun 1 (singular) the limit or degree of something s influence etc: The success of a marriage depends on the extent to which you are prepared to work at it. | to a certain extent/to some extent (=used to say that something is partly,… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • extent — ex|tent W1S2 [ıkˈstent] n [Date: 1500 1600; : Anglo French; Origin: extente, from Latin extendere; EXTEND] 1.) to ... extent used to say how true something is or how great an effect or change is to a certain extent/to some extent/to an extent… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • what — /hwut, hwot, wut, wot/; unstressed /hweuht, weuht/, pron. 1. (used interrogatively as a request for specific information): What is the matter? 2. (used interrogatively to inquire about the character, occupation, etc., of a person): What does he… …   Universalium

  • what — [[t](h)wɒ̱t[/t]] ♦ (Usually pronounced [[t](h)wɒt[/t]] for meanings 2, 4, 5 and 18.) 1) QUEST You use what in questions when you ask for specific information about something that you do not know. What do you want?... What did she tell you,… …   English dictionary

  • what — /wɒt / (say wot) pronoun (interrogative) 1. (used to ask for the specifying of some impersonal thing): what is your name? what did he do? 2. (used to inquire as to the nature, character, class, origin, etc., of a thing or person): what is that… …   Australian English dictionary

  • what — [[t](h)wʌt, (h)wɒt, wʌt, wɒt[/t]] unstressed [[t](h)wət, wət[/t]] pron. 1) fun (used interrogatively as a request for specific information): What is the matter?[/ex] 2) fun (used interrogatively to inquire about the character, occupation, etc.,… …   From formal English to slang

  • WHAT — adj., pron., & adv. interrog.adj. 1 asking for a choice from an indefinite number or for a statement of amount, number, or kind (what books have you read?; what news have you?). 2 colloq. = WHICH interrog.adj. (what book have you chosen?). adj.… …   Useful english dictionary

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