Adverb(1) to the degree or extent that
(1) It has already begun to exist, in a preborn form, insofar that it exists in the hearts and minds of her expatriates, her numerous Ôö£┬«migrÔö£┬«s and defectors, as well as citizens at home.(2) This is a ├ö├ç├┐neutral├ö├ç├û theory of the state insofar that the state has recourse to a wide body of law and definite notions on particular moral issues, backed up with force.(3) For Bookchin, the latter form of anarchism is positive insofar it advocates individual liberty, but it ultimately undermines the broader goals of anarchism by focusing on transient notions of individualism.(4) Citizenship and Democracy in a Global Era is a somewhat strange collection insofar that it is both useful and frustrating.(5) This area is of huge importance insofar that within the area is the Gaelscoil and the council's playground.(6) Hence, insofar a distinction between their accidental and essential properties has any application, it is dependent on these same considerations.(7) You can think of it in a historical context insofar that it has been on the national agenda for a long time to pursue racial equality.(8) ├ö├ç├┐Ulan├ö├ç├û consists of a bass guitar plucked once every minute or so, accompanied by some desultory tom hits; the listener's interest is sustained insofar that he wonders whether the next note will ever come.(9) The present study was limited in this regard insofar that behaviour change was not assessed.(10) But let us admit it: foreigners get interested in Egyptian education only insofar it's good for business.(11) In my view, however, the committee should only take them into account insofar they come into that category.(12) It was something which one felt ought to be done by a Briton, insofar that it was our distance, our measurement, the Imperial mile.(13) In every good act that we do, we imitate God insofar that we ultimately bring good to all humanity.(14) The consequences of the bloody defeats suffered by the working class in Latin America in the 1960s and 1970s can still be felt, particularly insofar they are not worked through consciously.(15) But only insofar that film cannot avoid being so.(16) This order gave rise to belief that the defendant was granted the procedural fairness guaranteed by common law insofar that he would be given an opportunity to be heard and be allowed to provide proper evidence.
(1) insofar as :: بقدر ما
1. to that degree ::
إلى هذه الدرجة
2. so far ::
إلى هذا الحد
3. to that extent ::
إلى هذا الحد
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