better的反义词：worse坏的; 恶化的; 更厉害的; 严重的
the — the better
the sooner we're off the better.
better the devil you know than the devil you don't
the proposals would make her about £40 a year better off.
the better part of
it is the better part of a mile.
better safe than sorry
the better to —
he leaned closer the better to hear her.
for better or (for) worse
get the better of
no one has ever got the better of her yet.
go one better
I want to go one better this time and score.
had better do something
you had better be careful.
have the better of
Attlee had the better of these exchanges.
no (或 little) better than
viceroys who were often no better than bandits.
no better than one should (或 ought to) be
none the worse for
we were none the worse for our terrible experience.
the child might be born blind or worse.
so much the worse for ——
if they were daft enough to believe it, so much the worse for them.
the worse for drink
he was somewhat the worse for drink at his farewell party.
the worse for wear informal 非正式
for better or (for) worse
For better or worse, he trusts everyone.
1. Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.
2. Sometimes things have to fall apart to make way for better things.
3. He'd phoned Laura to see if she was better.
4. She's got a great voice and is singing better than ever.
5. It is better to stretch the tight muscles first.
6. Businesses need to train their workers better, and spend more on R&D.
7. T-shirts are a nice little earner and it's better than the dole.
8. Better not tangle with the censors. They're very vindictive.
9. It'd be better for a place like this to remain closed.
10. It's half past two. I think we had better go home.
11. There's nothing better than a bit of retail therapy.
12. The train's average speed was no better than that of our bicycles.
13. The earlier the treatment is given, the better the patient's chances.
14. Whoops, it's past 11, I'd better be off home.
15. Marseilles has proved to be a better racial melting pot than Lyons.
1. He arrived on January 9, disheveled and much the worse for wear.
2. I can't think of a worse way to spend my time.
3. Don't let yourself despair; this will only make matters worse.
4. Her condition took a sharp turn for the worse.
5. Rose was a poor cook and a worse mother.
6. The grandparents sigh and say how things have changed for the worse.
7. He was in a blue funk! Worse than me!
8. Career-wise, this illness couldn't have come at a worse time.
9. To make matters worse, it started to rain again.
10. Oscar, much the worse for vodka, did a striptease.
11. Father came home from the pub very much the worse for drink.
12. Conditions are getting worse and supplies are running out.
13. Economically and politically, this affair couldn't come at a worse time.
14. They would criticize me, or worse yet, pay me no attention.
15. You watch. Things will get worse before they get better.