So+much+the+better

  • 1 so much the better — That is, or would be, preferable • • • Main Entry: ↑better * * * so much the better mainly spoken phrase used for saying that if something is true or possible, it will be even nicer He sounds a suitable person, and if he’s a friend of yours, well …

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  • 2 so much the better — ► so much the better (or worse) that is even better (or worse). Main Entry: ↑much …

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  • 3 so much the better — it will be more satisfactory. People like a good story, and if it s a strange and scary story, so much the better …

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  • 4 so much the better — mainly spoken used for saying that if something is true or possible, it will be even nicer He sounds a suitable person, and if he s a friend of yours, well, so much the better …

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  • 5 so much the better (or worse) — that is even better (or worse). → much …

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  • 6 (the) sooner the better — the sooner/bigger/quicker/etc the better phrase used for saying that you want something to be as soon big quick etc as possible I want you to get rid of those people, and the sooner the better. Thesaurus: as much as possible …

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  • 7 (the) bigger the better — the sooner/bigger/quicker/etc the better phrase used for saying that you want something to be as soon big quick etc as possible I want you to get rid of those people, and the sooner the better. Thesaurus: as much as possible …

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  • 8 (the) quicker the better — the sooner/bigger/quicker/etc the better phrase used for saying that you want something to be as soon big quick etc as possible I want you to get rid of those people, and the sooner the better. Thesaurus: as much as possible …

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  • 9 The Better 'Ole — or The Romance of Old Bill Arthur Bourchier as Old Bill Music Herman Darewski[1] …

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  • 10 The Better Half — is the title of a comic strip created by Bob Barnes. It has been syndicated since 1956. Creators who have worked on the strip include Barnes (1956 1972), Ruth Barnes and Dick Rogers (1973 1978), Vinnie Vinson (1979 1982), Jay Harris (1982 1992),… …

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  • 11 the least said the better — it is sometimes best to say nothing, saying too much can often get you in trouble …

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  • 12 all the better — So much the better …

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  • 13 so much the worse — so much the ˈbetter/ˈworse idiom used to say that sth is even better/worse • We don t actually need it on Tuesday, but if it arrives by then, so much the better. Main entry: ↑betteridiom …

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  • 14 so much the worse — ► so much the better (or worse) that is even better (or worse). Main Entry: ↑much …

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  • 15 all the better — idi so much the better …

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  • 16 All the better — All All, adv. 1. Wholly; completely; altogether; entirely; quite; very; as, all bedewed; my friend is all for amusement. And cheeks all pale. Byron. [1913 Webster] Note: In the ancient phrases, all too dear, all too much, all so long, etc., this… …

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  • 17 all the better for (something) —    If you are all the better for something, you benefit from it or feel much better as a result of it.     You ll be all the better for a good night s rest …

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  • 18 much — ► DETERMINER & PRONOUN (more, most) 1) a large amount. 2) indicating that someone or something is a poor specimen: I m not much of a gardener. ► ADVERB 1) to a great extent; a great deal. 2) for a large part of one s time; often …

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  • 19 better — bet|ter1 W1S1 [ˈbetə US ər] adj [: Old English; Origin: betera] 1.) [comparative of good] more useful, interesting, satisfactory, effective, suitable etc ≠ ↑worse ▪ Your stereo is better than mine. ▪ a better job with a better salary ▪ There must …

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  • 20 much — much1 W1S1 [mʌtʃ] adv 1.) by a great amount much better/greater/easier etc ▪ Henry s room is much bigger than mine. ▪ These shoes are much more comfortable. ▪ I m feeling very much better, thank you. much too big/old etc ▪ He was driving much too …

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