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    Question As good as it gets

    What is the meaning of the phrase "as good as it gets"


    • Join Date: Jun 2007
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    Re: As good as it gets

    Hi

    This is predominantly a spoken expression. If a situation is as good as it gets, it is not going to improve:
    -Enjoy yourself while you can. This is as good as it gets.

    Cheers
    Udara
    Not a native not a teacher

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    Re: As good as it gets

    It means " it's not going to get better than this".

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