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11 August

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At least as impressive as her fancy car was her outfit.

Does this mean that her clothes were more impressive than her car?
I'm confused with the usage of "at least as / as." I appreciate it if you can give me a good advise and example to understand the phrase. Thanks!

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At least as impressive as her fancy car was her outfit.

Does this mean that her clothes were more impressive than her car?
I'm confused with the usage of "at least as / as." I appreciate it if you can give me a good advise and example to understand the phrase. Thanks!
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