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English definition of “have the best of both worlds”

have the best of both worlds

to have the advantages of two different situations: Living in the country and working in the city you have the best of both worlds.Advantage and disadvantage
(Definition of have the best of both worlds from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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