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English definition of “it doesn’t hurt to do something”

it doesn’t hurt to do something

(also it doesn’t hurt to have something)
it is an advantage to do or have something: It doesn’t hurt to have money when you want to run for office .
(Definition of it doesn’t hurt to do something from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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