English version

be all the better for something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe all the better for somethingbe all the better for somethingIMPROVEto be improved by a particular action, change etc I think it’s all the better for that extra ten minutes’ cooking. better
Examples from the Corpus
be all the better for somethingAnd it was all the better for being hosted by real-deal Alice Cooper rather than fat phoney Phill Jupitus.And the piece was all the better for it.My grandmother therefore moulded my life, and I believe I am all the better for it.Spa towns, though, are all the better for looking somewhat passé and Eaux-Bonnes is more passé than most.The game at Twickenham today will be all the better for the inclusion of the National Anthem.Well, a statement like that is all the better for proof, but go on, anyway.
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