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greener pastures

(UK also pastures new, US also new pastures) a new ​place or ​activity that ​offers new ​opportunities: Many ​scientistsworking for the ​government have ​left for ​greenerpastures in the ​privatesector. She's giving up her ​job and ​moving on to ​pastures new.
(Definition of greener pastures from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “greener pastures”
in Chinese (Simplified) 更好的新地方, 更好的职位…
in Chinese (Traditional) 更好的新地方, 更好的職位…
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