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English definition of “there are plenty more fish in the sea”

there are plenty more fish in the sea

used to tell someone whose relationship has ended that there are many other people that they could have a relationship with: Don't cry over Pierre - there are plenty more fish in the sea!Opportunity Freedom to actMeeting peopleOfficial meetings
(Definition of there are plenty more fish in the sea from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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