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  1. abrilsp
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    #1

    to be better off....

    Hi

    Does the expression "be better off" always refer to a financial situation?
    Can you use the opposite "be worse off"?

    Thanks a lot,

    abrilsp

  2. CitySpeak
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    Re: to be better off....

    Quote Originally Posted by abrilsp
    Hi

    Does the expression "be better off" always refer to a financial situation?
    Can you use the opposite "be worse off"?

    Thanks a lot,

    abrilsp

    The expression "be better off" can refer to any situation in general, not just one's financial situation.

    Yes, you can use "be worse off" as its opposite.

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