better offWe're no better off now than what we were before.
even betterIt got even better.
far betterWherever its East German ally, the German Social Union, did well, the Christian Democrats did far better.
little betterYou tell your lover boy next time he goes lion hunting he should get himself just a little better organized.
have been betterWould it not have been better for them to wait until the children came home for Christmas?
do betterThe previous day Bull took out a newspaper advertisement promising to do better in future.
better getWell we want, I better get
better knownMaccheroni — better known as marcaroni.
better tell‘I suppose you'd better tell me all about it.
lot betterooh it is, it's a lot better, yes quite a while
better haveSo you better have something er,something for tea.
better wayFar better way to go than that but
be betterand we will certainly be better with than without him.
better equippedI was probably better equipped to compete in the Tour de France than play top class football.’
get better‘I know I'll get better, but what happens after that?’
better understandingThere can never be an excuse for what happened to James Bulger, but we should all hope that some day there will be a better understanding of why it happened.