better, better-off

  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    'Better' has many meanings, depending on context, and can be an adjective, noun, verb and adverb. They are all different from 'Better off', which means to be in a more advantageous positition, especially in financial terms.

    Look in the WR dictionary at the top of the page for a complete answer. :)
     
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