Idiomatic expression for a much more important thing

Discussion in 'English Only' started by Vronsky, Mar 31, 2017.

  1. Vronsky

    Vronsky Senior Member

    Russian - Russia
    Hi. I'm looking for an idiomatic expression for comparing two things/ideas/processes. When you are comparing two things, what would you say if you want to express the idea that the thing A is much more important than the thing B? What expression can replace the phrase "... is much more important"?
  2. e2efour

    e2efour Senior Member

    England (aged 76)
    UK English
    Is much/by far superior to is one possibility.
  3. Packard

    Packard Senior Member

    USA, English
    "...of far greater importance is..."

    Mike: Are there any spelling errors in this?

    Sarah: Of far greater importance does any of this make sense?
  4. Vronsky

    Vronsky Senior Member

    Russian - Russia
    Thank you very much.

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