在某种程度上英语：to a certain extent；in some degree; in some sense; to a certain degree; under certain circumstances
To some extent this was the truth
In part this attitude was due to fear of trade union and employee reactions.
I have not worried so much this year, partly because I have had other things to think about
Channel 4 arrived and somehow created a different role for television
Others think that the rules for what is 'musical' are hard-wired in our brains to some degree.
The levels of blood glucose depend in part on what you eat and when you eat
Power is in some measure an act of will
Helicopters can to some extent take the place of tanks by spearheading the airborne attack.
To an extent, that is the reason for the meeting.
He finds the comparison of insect wings with a sailing boat useful up to a point
More than 1 in 20 of the population is hearing-impaired to some extent
Any attempt to attack the budget problem is going to have to in some way deal with those issues.
Successful travel is partly a matter of keeping one step ahead of the crowd
The overvoltage varies inversely with the current density to some extent.
The accident was due in part to carelessness.