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  1. Muchos ejemplos de oraciones traducidas contienen “in the scheme of things” – Diccionario español-inglés y buscador de traducciones en español.

  2. in the scheme of things - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions

  3. the scheme of things. idiom. Add to word list. the way things are organized or happen in a particular situation, or the way someone wants them to be organized: I was disappointed not to get the job, but it's not that important in the great / grand scheme of things (= when all things are considered). SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.

  4. in the (grand) scheme of things. In the long term; in the complete picture of something. I know you're worried about getting a bad grade on this test, but you're such a great student that I doubt it will matter in the grand scheme of things. See also: of, scheme, thing.

  5. in the grand scheme of things - Traducción al español – Linguee. Diccionario inglés-español. grand adj — gran adj m/f. ·. grande adj m/f. ·. magnífico adj m. ·. imponente adj m/f. ·. enorme adj m/f. ·. importante adj m/f. ·. grandioso adj m. ·. especial adj m/f. ·. estupendo adj m. scheme s — esquema m. ·. plan m. ·. programa m. ·. proyecto m. ·.

  6. in English. in the (grand) scheme of things. idiom. Add to word list. Add to word list. considering everything: In the scheme of things, having lots of money isn't as important as having friends. (Definition of in the (grand) scheme of things from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

  7. The phrase "in the scheme of things" is correct and usable in written English. You can use this phrase to refer to the fact that something is important or unimportant when compared to the larger context. For example: "I may have failed this exam, but in the scheme of things it's not really that important." exact ( 60 ) "In the scheme of things". 1.