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be just as well

(UK also be as well)
B2 to be a good thing to do, or to be a ​lucky thing to ​happen or be done: It's just as well you're not here - you wouldn't like the ​noise. He ​left at three, which was just as well or he'd have ​missed the ​plane. It would be as well to ​check the ​smallprint.
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Translations of “be just as well”
in Chinese (Simplified) 最好, 正好, 幸好…
in Chinese (Traditional) 最好, 正好, 幸好…
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