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Word: Better off

Found 1 definitions.
In a more fortunate position. Am-Eng.
Example 1:
We're better off leaving for France on Thursday evening, so we can spend the entire weekend there.

Example 2:
If you're interested in studying languages, you'd be better off attending Northwestern University than the University of Chicago.
  • Language English
  • Language Type Colloquial
  • Definition Type Idiom
  • Field General
  • Context This expression is often used with conditional tense (would), especially when you're giving advice: "you would be better off doing something" or "you'd be better off doing something."