"in terms of"

What are the different usages of “in terms of” phrase? Some usages are a bit confusing as

In terms of being in between of something…

could you give some ideas ?


‘In terms of’ is an expression you use to suggest as far as something is concerned/with regard to/when considering and so on.

Here is an example: In terms of success a child reaching a much higher grade in a subject than the teachers had ever imagined could be said to have achieved a huge amount.


Thanks Alan for the insights!