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so much the better

(also all the better) informal
used to say that a particular action or situation would be even more successful: If you can go there this afternoon, so much the better.
Translations of “so much the better”
in Chinese (Traditional) 那樣會更好…
in Chinese (Simplified) 那样会更好…
(Definition of so much the better from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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