English version

couldn’t be better/worse/more pleased etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcouldn’t be better/worse/more pleased etccouldn’t be better/worse/more pleased etcVERYused to emphasize how good, bad etc something is Their lifestyles couldn’t be more different. ‘How are things?’ ‘Fine! Couldn’t be better.’ Ordering online couldn’t be simpler. could
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