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might just as well

If you might just as well do something, there are no ​reasons not to do it: For the little ​extra it'll ​cost, we might just as well ​stay for another ​night.
(Definition of might just as well from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “might just as well”
in Chinese (Simplified) 满可以做…, 做…也无妨…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不如, 做…也無妨…
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