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tant mieux

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Pronunciation: /tɒ̃ ˈmjəː
 
, tɑ̃ mjø/

Definition of tant mieux in English:

exclamation

So much the better.
Example sentences
  • Now Janatone being the landlord's daughter, and the landlord supposing I was young in French, took the liberty to inform me, I should not have said tant pis - but tant mieux.
  • So it won't break our hearts if the licence fee is kept to just under the rate of inflation, and if that prevents the company from going ahead with this barmy plan for moving to Manchester, tant mieux.

Origin

French.

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