Also, so far as I can see. According to my judgment or understanding, as in As far as I can see you’ve got an excellent chance of getting that job. This idiom was first recorded in 1577.
- As far as possible
Also, so far as possible. To the greatest extent, degree, or amount that is attainable. For example, I want to drive as far as possible today, or It was very complicated, but he promised to explain it so far as possible.
- As far as that goes
Also, so far as that goes ; as or so far as that is concerned . Concerning that, actually, moreover. For example, As far as that goes, Bill doesn’t understand it , or My husband has never gotten along with Henry, and so far as that goes, Henry doesn’t like him either , or As […]
a musical instrument of the viol family. violin: Her aunt plays first fiddle with the state symphony orchestra. Nautical. a small ledge or barrier raised in heavy weather to keep dishes, pots, utensils, etc., from sliding off tables and stoves. British Informal. swindle; fraud. to play on the fiddle. to make trifling or fussing movements […]
- As follows
What comes next, usually in the form of a list. For example, Mary planned her day as follows: returning all phone calls; a department meeting; lunch with her colleagues; library research. This term is always put in the singular (“follows”) even though it applies to numerous items and is frequently followed by a colon. It […]