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What would be a common phrase to mean: "the result counts the most" ?
Sep 26, 2019 12:32 AM
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Here are a couple that could be used as a substitute, depending on the context: Expression: "The end justifies the means." -> This is from Machiavelli, but we all know or have used it, even if we haven't read his work. Phrasal: to only care about the bottom line -> I could see this being used more for business where the quality of the service or product is secondary to making a profit.
September 26, 2019
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