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np36Super Member!


Is there any phrases or idioms in English describing the action that if done will lead to benefit in many ways for example if we give vaccine to a pregnant woman, this will not only protect her from disease but also her baby. Thank you very much.

05:17 AM Dec 02 2008 |

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Teacher AmySuper Member!

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Hi! Thanks for your question. One idiom that might be useful is "It's a win-win situation." This means a situation is good for everyone involved.

 You could also say that something is beneficial "across the board," which means it's good for everybody, in every way.  

I hope that helps! 

09:30 PM Dec 02 2008 |