英 [ɪn tɜːmz əv] 美 [ɪn tɜːrmz əv] 就 ... 而言；在 ... 方面
- 外文名：in terms of
- In terms of money, he's quite rich, but not in terms of happiness.
- The figures are expressedin terms of a percentage/in percentage terms.
- Staying up late makes him at his worst in terms of physical situation.
- Many of the scientists and engineers are judged in terms of how large their achievements are.
- In terms of inance, Company A has great advantage.
- It is wrong to try to judge happiness in terms of worldly success.
- It was a bad year for films,in terms of both quantity and quality.
- In terms ofdrill and practice, self-paced computer-assisted instruction enables the student to advance rapidly- without being limited by the conflicting needs of the entire class.
- It is difficult to express itin terms ofscience.
- Think of itin terms ofan investment.
- He often talks about his girlfriendin terms oflove.