be none the worse Definition in British English Dictionary
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be none the worse

to not be harmed or damaged by something: They were trapped in the cave for a couple of days but they were none the worse for their experience. He's lost some weight but he's none the worse (= he's better) for that.
Translations of “be none the worse”
in Chinese (Traditional) 未受傷害, 沒受到不良影響…
in Chinese (Simplified) 未受伤害, 没受到不良影响…
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