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She’s trying to find a better job.
The results were better than we had expected.
The situation is unlikely to get better in the foreseeable future.
I can think of far better ways of spending a million pounds.
There was a growing economic crisis in Asia, and things were no better in Europe.
She’s a little better today, but I think she should stay in bed.
You’ll feel better when you’ve had something to eat.
Is your headache any better?
I had a good rest, and I’m feeling a lot better for it.
It doesn’t quite fit, but it’s better than nothing.
People treated me as though I was no better than an animal.
Fresh vegetables taste nicer and they’re better for you.
Come for a weekend or, better still, come for a whole week.
He’s the partner I chose, for better or for worse.
For better or worse, Britain’s destiny is closely linked to that of the United States.
I want you to get rid of those people, and the sooner the better.
Why does he waste his time studying poetry? He’d be better getting some practical experience of business.