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the more the better : against your better judgement contrary lớn what you feel khổng lồ be wise or sensibleThe more the better used khổng lồ emphasize the importance or desirability of the chất lượng or thing specified1986 - Patriông chồng Leigh Fermor - Between the Woods và the Water - He had a passion for limericks, the racier the better.better the devil you know it"s wiser to giảm giá khuyến mãi with an undesirable but familiar person or situation than khổng lồ risk a change that might lead to a situation with worse difficulties or a person whose faults you have sầu yet to discover.This phrase is a shortened form of the proverb better the devil you know than the devil you don"t know.

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better late than never
It"s preferable for something to happen or be done belatedly than not at all.better safe than sorry It"s wiser khổng lồ be cautious and careful than khổng lồ be hasty or rash & so vì chưng something that you may later regret.Apparently the expression is quite recent in this khung (mid 20th century) - better be sure than sorry is recorded from the mid 19th century.1998 - New Scientist - The meeting is khổng lồ be commended for taking a better safe than sorry attitude và drawing up a baseline danh mục of measures to lớn be put in place when diseasebreaks out.the better to so as tobetter1986 - Peter Mathiessen - Men"s lives - Francis ran both motors with their housings off, the better lớn tinker with them.get the better of win an advantage over someonedefeat or outwit someonego one better narrowly surpass a previous effort or achievement. narrowly outvì another better than you should be = no better than you ought khổng lồ be regarded as sexually promiscuous or of doubtful moral characterThis phrase dates bachồng khổng lồ the early 17th century.

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Used typically of a woman, it is now rather dated.1998 - Spectator - She"s no better than she ought khổng lồ be. (British mothers of my generation often used that enigmatic phrase. They would use it about female neighbours of whom they disapproved or women in low-cut dresses on television.)your better half
your husb& or wife – humorousseen better days = known better days be in a worse state than in the pasthave become old or worn-out or much the better It is better for that much the worse It is worse for that reason.1995 - Guardian - If you can get a tropical fruit juice, so much the better.

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