English version

look on the bright side

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlook on the bright sidelook on the bright sideHOPEto see the good points in a situation that seems to be bad Come on, try to look on the bright side. bright
Examples from the Corpus
look on the bright sideBy the time supper rolls around, he has even begun to look on the bright side.Experts believe it is all part of a wartime spirit of looking on the bright side.She would look on the bright side.Always look on the bright side of life.Another is that they have an in-built bias towards optimism, always looking on the bright side of life.Still; look on the bright side: they'd have to order another one.But look on the bright side: we've finally found a way of getting rid of Liverpool, too.
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