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by and large

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishby and largeby and largeused when making a general statement By and large, the new arrangements have worked well. by
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by and largeSociety seems bitter turmoil, by and large.You know, opposites of each other by and large.The reproducible arts of photography and printmaking still remain, by and large, categorised as lesser arts.Also, he worked, by and large, in second-rank bands.Hodgkin, by and large, just looks as if he's strayed in here and is making lots of noise.By and large, most of the people in the town work at the factory.But the truth was that, by and large, the research university focuses its collective intelligence on other matters.And by and large, they do a fine job.But as valuable as animals are, they have a serious drawback: by and large, they hate alcohol.
by and largeby and largeused when talking generally about someone or something Charities, by and large, do not pay tax. large
Examples from the Corpus
by and largeSociety seems bitter turmoil, by and large.You know, opposites of each other by and large.The reproducible arts of photography and printmaking still remain, by and large, categorised as lesser arts.Also, he worked, by and large, in second-rank bands.Hodgkin, by and large, just looks as if he's strayed in here and is making lots of noise.But the truth was that, by and large, the research university focuses its collective intelligence on other matters.And by and large, they do a fine job.But as valuable as animals are, they have a serious drawback: by and large, they hate alcohol.
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