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against your better judgment

If something is against your better judgment, you think it would be wiser not to do it: Against my better judgment, I gave him the job.
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against your better judgment

even though you feel you are not making the best decision: Against his better judgment, he gave John the job.
(Definition of against your better judgment from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “against your better judgment”
in Chinese (Simplified) 违心, 明知不可取…
in Chinese (Traditional) 違心, 明知不可取…
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