# up to a point

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishup to a pointup to a pointPARTLYpartly, but not completely I agree with you up to a point. That is true, but only up to a point. → point

Examples from the Corpus

up to a point• The snorer knows that actual suffering is the lot of some one near and, up to a point, dear.• And, up to a point, the conventional wisdom is right.• That is true, but only up to a point.• Planning may be useful, but only up to a point.• The curriculum would follow the classical model, though only up to a point.• I could be perfectly reasonable up to a point, but Cynthia Kay had gone too far.• That's true, up to a point.• She was, up to a point.
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