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In terms of quality ingredient, this is the best icecream you can buy.

I looked up that word on the dictionary, but I don't get the meaning of it.
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I know it means- As far as something is concerned or relation to something.
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It should be "In terms of quality ingredients, ...".

You seem to have answered your own question! It means "As far as quality ingredients are concerned, this is the best ice-cream you can buy."

In other words, if one is assessing ice-cream based on the quality of the ingredients it contains, then this is the best.
Sorry, I forgot to add "s" Emotion: smile

Is there any other way to say this? Emotion: smile
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i think you already have the best ways to say it. It clearly states that if we're talking about quality ingredients, then this ice cream is the best! :-D
So they're comparing two ice cream, and they decided to choose the one with better ingredients, right? Emotion: smile
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So they're comparing two ice cream, and they decided to choose the one with better ingredients, right? Emotion: smile


Not just two.

There are a number of different types, or brands, of ice-cream. It is possible to compare these ice-creams based on the quality of their ingredients. Ice-creams with better-quality ingredients rank higher than those with lower-quality ingredients. According to the person who made the statement, when all the ice-creams are ranked in this way, "this" one comes out on top.
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Mr Wordywhen all the ice-creams are ranked in this way, "this" one comes out on top.
that's right. so, the sentence suggests that the ice cream has the best ingredients. But, in terms of the color,it may not have the best color.(for example)
So I can work as a CNA, and do something else relating to nurse?

Could I say -

So I can work as CNA, and so something else in terms of nurse?
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So I can work as a CNA, and do something else relating to nurse?

Could I say -

So I can work as CNA, and so something else in terms of nurse?


Neither "relating to nurse" nor "in terms of nurse" is possible.

Assuming you are talking about things connected with the nursing profession, you could say "... do something else relating/related to nursing" (I prefer "related").

"... do something else in terms of nursing" is intelligible but, to me, not elegant.
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