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Meaning of “the best of both worlds” in the English Dictionary

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the best of both worlds

C1 a ​situation in which you can ​enjoy the ​advantages of two very different things at the same ​time: She ​works in the ​city and ​lives in the ​country, so she gets the best of both ​worlds.
(Definition of the best of both worlds from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the best of both worlds”
in Chinese (Simplified) 两全其美,各取其长…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兩全其美,各取其長…
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