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    #1

    best/better

    As usual, Tom leads Australia into losing their best chance of winning the match.
    As usual, Tom leads Australia into losing their better chance of winning the match.

    What is the difference in meaning between these sentences with regard to the red colour words?

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    Re: best/better

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    To me, #2 is wrong use.
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    Re: best/better

    ı agree with mister Micawber

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