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    What does the sentence mean?


    You may go further and fare worse.

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    Re: What does the sentence mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by NewHope

    You may go further and fare worse.
    It depends on context. Its basic meaning is this: If you decide to continue onward, the options you encounter might not be as profitable as the ones you have right now. :wink:

    fare worse, do worse

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    Got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewHope
    Got it.
    Great!

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