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(To) all intents and purposes

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The meaning of the phrase '(To)all intents and purposes' is virtually or practically.

Sample Usage

1. Mr. Garg is to all intents and purposes the owner of this lodge.

2. Our Prime Minister is to all intents and purposes the ruler of the country.

3. He is to all intents and purposes the proprietor of his house.

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