🔹What do these sentences mean? 🔹 You're better off, I'm glad that he's gone better off ?
Jul 12, 2019 2:16 PM
Answers · 7
That means 'it is better for you that he has gone'.
July 12, 2019
It's an advantage for you.
July 12, 2019
@Mina thank you Mina
July 12, 2019
in his sentence, to "be better off" means to be in a better position than before, in a better situation, in better circumstances... Here "you're better off" means, your situation will be better because he is gone (for example, you will be happier without him) I hope this helps you understand the meaning in this context.
July 12, 2019
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