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there are plenty more fish in the sea

mainly UK (US usually there are plenty of 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!
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