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American English: /ˌbɛdərˈɔf/
, /ˌbɛdərˈɑf/
British English: /ˌbɛtərˈɒf/

Translation of better-off in Spanish:

adjective predicative better off

  • 1.1 (financially)
    de mejor posición económica
    the better-off families
    las familias más acomodadas
    we're better off now by £10,000
    tenemos 10.000 libras más que antes
    he's better offthan her
    tiene mejor posición económica que ella
    es de posición más acomodada que ella
    1.2 (emotionally, physically) (predicative) I'm better offdivorced than unhappily married
    estoy mejor divorciado que en un matrimonio infeliz
    they're far better offwithout him
    están mucho mejor sin él

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