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Somewhat, to a certain extent, as in In some measure we owe these privileges to our parents. Shakespeare used this term in A Midsummer Night's Dream (1:2): “I will condole in some measure.” Similarly, in large measure, dating from the same period, means “to a considerable extent,” as in In large measure the two sides agree. [c. 1600]

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