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far better (1)

This page is about the collocation far better (1)

collocation pattern: adverb + adjective

Meaning

be much better

For example

  • Ruth's exam results were far better this time.

  • The weather was terrible yesterday, but it's far better today.

Note:
A related collocation with the opposite meaning is "far worse"

Quick Quiz

This hotel is far better than that one. It's

a. a little better

b. a lot better

c. a lot closer

Contributor: Matt Errey