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    Post the meaning of an english idiom ?!

    i want to know the meaning of such things like " against my better wishes " in a sentece .

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    Re: the meaning of an english idiom ?!

    Usually we say "against my better judgement." We use this when we consent to something even though deep down we don't think it's a good idea.

    "Even though it was against my better judgement, I gave my son permission to go to that all-night graduation party."

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