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be no better than (a) sth

If you say that someone is no better than a ​person who is ​unpleasant or ​unkind, you ​mean that they have ​behaved in a ​similar way to this ​type of ​person: People who don't ​pay for a ​busticket are no better than ​commoncriminals.
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Translations of “be no better than (a) sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 和…几乎一样,比…好不到哪儿去…
in Chinese (Traditional) 和…幾乎一樣,比…好不到哪裡去…
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