Asked • 03/20/19

To a degree vs. "to an extent"?

Is there a measurable difference in meaning between the phrases "to a degree" and "to an extent" (or "to some degree" and "to some extent")?Examples: * To [some degree / some extent] that is a better solution. * To [a degree / an extent], she is correct.Just a matter of a style, or are there different connotations?

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