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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Greater in excellence or higher in quality.
- adjective: More useful, suitable, or desirable: found a better way to go; a suit with a better fit than that one.
- adjective: More highly skilled or adept: I am better at math than English.
- adjective: Greater or larger: argued for the better part of an hour.
- adjective: More advantageous or favorable; improved: a better chance of success.
- adjective: Healthier or more fit than before: The patient is better today.
- adverb: In a more excellent way.
- adverb: To a greater extent or degree: better suited to the job; likes it better without sauce.
- adverb: To greater advantage; preferably: a deed better left undone. See Usage Notes at
best, have, rather.
- adverb: More: It took me better than a year to recover.
- noun: One that is greater in excellence or higher in quality.
- noun: A superior, as in standing, competence, or intelligence. Usually used in the plural: to learn from one's betters.
- verb-transitive: To make better; improve: trying to better conditions in the prison; bettered myself by changing jobs. See Synonyms at
- verb-transitive: To surpass or exceed.
- verb-intransitive: To become better.
- idiom: better off In a better or more prosperous condition: would be better off taking the train instead of driving; felt better off after the rise in stock prices.
- idiom: for the better Resulting in or aiming at an improvement: Her condition took a turn for the better.
- idiom: get To outdo or outwit; defeat.
- idiom: think better of To change one's mind about (a course of action) after reconsideration: I almost bought an expensive watch, but then I thought better of it.
- noun: Variant of
- to be/feel/get better geriau jaustis
- to be better off būti turtingesniam
- the better hand persva
- (aukštesnysis laipsnis iš good, well)
- for better for worse kas beatsitiktų
- kaip ten bebūtų
- bettor n lažybininkas II