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for better or (for) worse

If you do something for better or (for) ​worse, you ​accept the ​badresults of the ​action as well as the good ​ones: Anyway, for better or for ​worse, I ​followed her ​advice.
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Translations of “for better or (for) worse”
in Chinese (Simplified) 无论好坏,不管怎样…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無論好壞,不管怎樣…
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