Definition of 'as a whole'
Example sentences containing 'as a whole'
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Yet these benefits may not accrue to Britain as a whole. Times, Sunday Times (2017) Britain as a whole needs more such buccaneering energy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That in turn could have a big impact on Africa as a whole. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Is best for Britain as a whole? The Sun (2010)The tribunal members are concerned with fairness for employment as a whole; not within one industrial concentration. Personnel Management: A New Approach (1991) Britain as a whole has had its say, so the important art of the future will be made elsewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Go into the figure as a whole; don't worry about getting the facial elements right. Acrylics Masterclass (1994)His influence in Nigeria and Africa as a whole is amazing. Christianity Today (2000)The Sun is today asking Britain to unite as a whole to stand against extremism. The Sun (2014)For the first time in years, Britain as a whole is getting poorer. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Africa as a whole is expected to grow more than 7% annually over the next 20 years. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The only clue came from the composer's work as a whole; his operas rarely end without forgiveness. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A music group must sound good as a whole; each person should listen to the others and not do their own thing. Working with Teenagers (1994)Government statistics show that Scotland is in a stronger budget position than Britain as a whole for a fifth consecutive year. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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