French English Dictionary

Français - English

mieux in English:

1. better

Whatever I do, she says I can do better.
It's gotten better.
His health gradually changed for the better after he went to live in the countryside.
They are better educated, healthier and wealthier than their parents' generation was at their age.
I was going to speak to his father about that matter, but thought better of it.
After I got married, my Japanese got better and I could understand more.
What is still better is that the house has a beautiful garden.
Better to be hated for who you are than loved for who you're not.
Even if you know the truth, you had better pretend otherwise at present.
To summarize, I'm saying that society is becoming better.
On cloudy days, you can hear distant sounds better than in clear weather.
In order to get a better look at that picture, I'd like to get a little closer.
Jackson's health quickly became much better.
This problem is hard to solve. So you had better begin with that one.
Tom spent the better part of the day writing an article for a local magazine.

English word "mieux"(better) occurs in sets:

Fiches du livre - "When Day is Done" (Edgar A. Guest)
Fiches du livre - "Erewhon Revisited" (Samuel Butler)
Fiches du livre - "Only a Girl's Love" (Charles Ga...
Fiches du livre - "The Red Redmaynes" (Eden Phillp...
Fiches du livre - "The Gray Goose's Story" (Amy Pr...