in a sense



in a sense

in a way; in one way of looking at it. In a sense, cars make life better. But, in a sense, they also make life worse.
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in a sense

considering a situation in a particular way It is tragic, in a sense, to see a family business destroyed.
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in a sense

Also, in some sense. Sort of, in some ways but not others. For example, In a sense our schools are the best in the state, but the test scores don't always show that , or In some sense I agree with you, but not entirely. [Late 1500s] Also see in a way.
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Common Names:

NameGenderPronouncedUsage
GoddardGAHD-ərdEnglish (Rare)
AchanAY-kan (English)Biblical
Gusti-Indonesian, Balinese
Anastasiaah-nah-stah-SEE-yah (Russian), a-nə-STAY-zhə (English), a-nə-STAS-yə (English), ah-nahs-TAH-syah (Spanish), ah-nahs-TAH-zyah (Italian)Greek, Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, English, Spanish, Italian, Ancient Greek
Alisher-Uzbek, Kazakh, Tajik
Seong-Susung-sooKorean