any better

any better
used for saying or asking whether something is more better bigger etc even by a small amount

If your headache gets any worse, you should see a doctor.

The army couldn’t advance any further.

Thesaurus: words used to describe large amounts and quantitiessynonym
Main entry: any

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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