Idiom: in a sense
— In a sense, talking with my parents through video chat is almost like being there with them.
— This pre-paid card doesn't have a line of credit but in a sense it works like a credit card because you can use it wherever Visa and MasterCard are accepted.
— So, in a sense, what you're saying is that you don't feel comfortable walking to your car in the evening when it's dark. Is that correct?
— When I was working the night shift, my wife and I were living separate lives in a sense and we grew apart from there.
— In a sense, the customer is right because we didn't explicitly state the tags had to be attached to the dress.
— After reviewing the survey results, you are both right in a sense about why customers were dissatisfied with our service.
— In a sense, I can see how a client could have misunderstood my instructions so I've rewritten them to make sure everything is clear in the future.
— In a sense, we set up children to do poorly in school when we don't ensure they have enough to eat because it's difficult to concentrate and work when hungry.
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