you can't go wrong

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you can't go wrong

Something will always be enjoyable, acceptable, or a good idea. Usually followed by "with (something)" or "(doing something)" For my money, you can't go wrong with their meat lover's pizza. I'd recommend getting a dozen roses. They're a traditional symbol of romance, so you can't go wrong. If you have a bit of extra capital, you can't go wrong investing in property in this part of the country.
See also: wrong

you can’t go ˈwrong (with something)

(spoken) used to say that something will always be acceptable in a particular situation: For a quick meal you can’t go wrong with pasta.
See also: wrong
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It'll be something spur of the moment, probably vouchers or a smell set, you can't go wrong with something like that.
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