as far as
as far as
- to the extent of something
- it reflects the extent to which something is done
- to a particular degree
- it can be used to limit someone’s interference or show dis-interest after limit
- As far as you are concerned, this chapter is over here. You are not to contact her again for anything.
- As far as possible I try to avoid talking with my parents because they tend to make a mountain of a mole hill in every situation.
- As far as no one knew about the murder weapon the lawyer was able to hide the truth. But now everything that happened that night is out in the open.
- As far as I can see, he is going to fail the exam again this time.
- As far as this issue has gone, I think it is time that we control his movements.
- As far as possible I tried to convince the manager that the employee should not be fired over such a petty issue.
- As far as it is just a thought I am okay with it. If it were to turn more than that then I would be concerned.
- As far as I know the movie has got excellent reviews from the film critics.
The phrase is in actuality a preposition which refers to the verb “regarding” (something).
Idiom of the Day
jump to conclusion Meaning: form an opinion or judgement hastily. Example: Wait till we get the report; don’t jump to a conclusion.