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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “greener pastures”

greener pastures

(UK also pastures new, US also new pastures)
a new place or activity that offers new opportunities
更好的新地方;更好的職位
Many scientists working for the government have left for greener pastures in the private sector.
許多原先為政府工作的科學家現在都到私人單位另謀高就了。
She's giving up her job and moving on to pastures new.
她準備辭職,去找更好的工作。
Changing homes and moving
(Definition of greener pastures from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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