had better

had better (do something): should, ought to, be advisable to do something.  It is most commonly used to make recommendations. We use it if we think there will be negative results if someone does not do what is desired or suggested.

It  is most often used in contracted form: ‘d better

The chair is broken. You’d better get someone to fix it.

You’d better consult the doctor.

You’d better stay in bed for a few days.

You’d better hurry up if you want to get home before dark.

We’d better take a taxi.


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