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do as you think best

also do what you think is best
to choose the action that you judge to be most suitable: "Do you think I should take this job or try for another?" "You should do as you think best."
(Definition of do as you think best from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “do as you think best”
in Chinese (Simplified) 你认为怎么好就怎么做…
in Chinese (Traditional) 你認為怎樣好就怎樣做…
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