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far better (2)

This page is about the collocation far better (2)

collocation pattern: adverb + adverb

Meaning

do much better

For example

  • She failed last time, but I'm sure she'll do far better this time.

  • They play far better than this when they're on their home ground.

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

Quick Quiz

If she runs far better in bare feet, she

a. shouldn't run short distances

b. should get some running shoes

c. shouldn't race in running shoes

Contributor: Matt Errey