English version

more like it

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmore like itmore like itBritish English spoken used when you want to change something that has been said, to make it more true ‘Poor David, ’ she said. ‘Poor Harriet, more like it!’ like
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more like itBeatific would be more like it.Done off, more like it.I thought, hang on, this is more like it.Just plain sappy is more like it.The Shirkers was more like it.Turned myself inside out is more like it.That was more like it, I thought.-Good, I said.Arguing more like it, or rowing.
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