better off than (someone)

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better off than (someone)

In more favorable financial situation than someone else. With that big raise, you're now better off than most of your neighbors.
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The question was once posed, ``Are you better off than you were four years ago?
Many Californians recently saw and heard President Clinton say ``if you think you're not better off than you were four years ago, you should vote for Dole.