Definition of to the nth degree in English:

to the nth degree

To the utmost: the gullibility of the electorate was tested to the nth degree by such promises
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  • I mean the man loved himself and appreciated his own talents to the nth degree.
  • The multi-million pound consumer research industry is used by manufacturers to design and market products to the nth degree, down to colour, shape, timing and deciding on prices that will not break the consumer.
  • He said: ‘With the Data Protection Act you have to push it to the nth degree.’
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Pronunciation: ˌɪmpjʊˈdɪsɪti
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