Definition of in large measure (or part) in English:

in large measure (or part)

phrase

  • To a great extent.

    ‘the success of the conference was due in large part to its organizers’
    • ‘But it made clear the failures were due in large part to the system under which they work.’
    • ‘The rise of the credit card industry is due, in large part, to this data sharing.’
    • ‘That's due, in large part, to designers who understand what it takes to make things.’
    • ‘This was due in large part to the fact that security staff were unable to process passengers in time.’
    • ‘The Russian economy is growing fast as well, due in large part to the surge in world energy prices.’
    • ‘The drop in the surplus is due in large part to the tax rebate checks going out to millions of Americans.’
    • ‘The debate over whether or not commercial whaling should resume turns in large measure on the extent to which whale stocks have recovered.’
    • ‘Yet still, the show was a success due in large part to its sexy interludes and charming leads.’
    • ‘With lay-offs, how people take it is due, in large part, to how the company treats the event.’
    • ‘The sales of combine and silage harvesters dropped slightly, due in large measure to the difficult working conditions of the previous year.’