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might just as well

If you might just as well do something, there are no reasons not to do it: For the little extra it'll cost, we might just as well stay for another night.
Translations of “might just as well”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不如, 做…也無妨…
in Chinese (Simplified) 满可以做…, 做…也无妨…
(Definition of might just as well from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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