Translation: from spanish

to get better

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  • get better — verb a) To improve b) To recover from an illness …   Wiktionary

  • get better — recuperate, recover, regain one s health; improve …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Things Can Only Get Better (Howard Jones song) — Infobox Single Name = Things Can Only Get Better Cover size = Border = Caption = Artist = Howard Jones Album = Dream Into Action A side = Things Can Only Get Better B side = Why Look For The Key Released = 9 February 1985 UK 4 March 1985 US… …   Wikipedia

  • Things Can Only Get Better — may refer to:* Things Can Only Get Better , a pop song by the artist Howard Jones, released in 1985 * , a dance track by the artist , released in 1993 and later used by the UK Labour Party as their theme in the run up to the 1997 general election …   Wikipedia

  • get over — [v] recover come round, get better, mend, overcome, pull through, recuperate, shake off, survive; concept 35 …   New thesaurus

  • get a clean bill of health — phrase to be told that you are healthy after being examined by a doctor Thesaurus: to get better after an illnesssynonym Main entry: bill …   Useful english dictionary

  • better — bet|ter1 W1S1 [ˈbetə US ər] adj [: Old English; Origin: betera] 1.) [comparative of good] more useful, interesting, satisfactory, effective, suitable etc ≠ ↑worse ▪ Your stereo is better than mine. ▪ a better job with a better salary ▪ There must …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • better — bet|ter1 [ betər ] function word *** Better is the comparative form of good and well, and can be used in the following ways: as an adjective: a better method of teaching languages The weather is better today. as an adverb: Our opponents played… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • better — I UK [ˈbetə(r)] / US [ˈbetər] adjective *** 1) a) more satisfactory, suitable, pleasant, effective, or of higher quality etc She s trying to find a better job. better than: The results were better than we had expected. get better (= improve): The …   English dictionary

  • better — 1 adjective (comparative of good) 1 more useful, interesting, satisfactory, effective, suitable etc: Your stereo is better than mine. | a better job with a better salary | It was one of the better Broadway shows I ve seen. | There must be a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • better*/*/*/ — [ˈbetə] grammar word summary: Better can be: ■ an adjective: a better method of teaching languages ■ an adverb: Our opponents played better than we did. ■ a noun: There has been a change for the better. 1) the comparative form of ‘good and ‘well …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English


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