This page is about the phrasal verb amount to
Meaning: to be similar to, or to have the same effect asSynonym: constitute
- amount to Does having two CDs released in ten years amount to a successful career as a musician?
- amount to The government calls the killing of innocent people by the military "collateral damage", but Mike says in many cases it amounts to nothing less than murder.
Some people say that giving children too much food, especially unhealthy processed food that makes them fat, amounts to a form of
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Contributor: Matt Errey