Definition of in —— measure in English:

in —— measure

To the degree specified: his rapid promotion was due in some measure to his friendship with the CEO
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  • This is in large measure due to the feeling that the rules of behaviour in international affairs are in the process of being re-written.
  • Admiration and irritation are often expressed in equal measure.
  • Somehow, it manages to move me and make me laugh in equal measure.
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Pronunciation: əˈnämələs
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deviating from what is standard, normal, or expected