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to have good qualities or advantages that people admire very much and would like to have themselves
to stop being involved in a difficult situation or period of time
to have a lot of opportunities to do interesting and exciting things
to be in a good position to beat or defeat someone because you have all the advantages
to have all the benefits of a situation when, in fact, having one thing means that you cannot have the other
to have a big advantage over other people
to have had a good life or a good career
to be/not be in danger
to gain an advantage in a fight, argument, game etc
a start-up … whose value has reached more than one billion US dollars
a small bird with long legs that lives near water
an afternoon full of crafts
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Free thesaurus definition of to be in a good better or pleasant situation from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.