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  • 41well — 1. adv., adj., & int. adv. (better, best) 1 in a satisfactory way (you have worked well). 2 in the right way (well said; you did well to tell me). 3 with some talent or distinction (plays the piano well). 4 in a kind way (treated me well). 5… …

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  • 42well — I UK [wel] / US adverb Word forms well : comparative better UK [ˈbetə(r)] / US [ˈbetər] superlative best UK [best] / US *** Collocations: Well is used for making many compound adjectives (=formed from two or more words). In this dictionary, these …

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  • 43well — I. noun Etymology: Middle English welle, from Old English; akin to Old English weallan to bubble, boil, Old High German wella wave, Lithuanian vilnis Date: before 12th century 1. a. an issue of water from the earth ; a pool fed by a spring b.… …

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  • 44well*/*/*/ — [wel] (comparative better [ˈbetə] ; superlative best [best] ) adv I 1) skilfully, or effectively She speaks Japanese really well.[/ex] 2) in a satisfactory way The boys were not behaving very well.[/ex] 3) completely, or thoroughly Shake the can… …

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  • 45well — well1 /wel/, adv., adj., compar. better, superl. best, interj., n. adv. 1. in a good or satisfactory manner: Business is going well. 2. thoroughly, carefully, or soundly: to shake well before using; listen well. 3. in a …

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  • 46well — I. /wɛl / (say wel) adverb (better, best) 1. in a satisfactory, favourable, or advantageous manner; fortunately or happily: affairs are going well; to be well supplied; well situated. 2. in a good or proper manner: he behaved very well. 3.… …

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  • 47well — bos·well; bos·well·ia; bos·well·ian; bos·well·ize; bride·well; cam·ber·well; cas·well·ite; cogs·well; cres·well·i·an; grom·well; hope·well; max·well; max·well·ian; rock·well; speed·well; taze·well; ther·mo·well; un·well; un·well·ness; well;… …

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  • 48well — I [[t]wɛl[/t]] adv. adj. compar. bet•ter, superl. best, 1) in a good or satisfactory manner: Our plans are going well[/ex] 2) thoroughly, carefully, or soundly: Shake well before using[/ex] 3) in a moral or proper manner: to behave well[/ex] 4)… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 49well — I 1. adverb 1) he behaves well Syn: satisfactorily, nicely, correctly, properly, fittingly, suitably, appropriately; decently, fairly, kindly, generously, honestly Ant: badly 2) …

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  • 50well — I 1. adverb 1) please behave well Syn: satisfactorily, nicely, correctly, properly, fittingly, suitably, appropriately 2) they get on well together Syn: amicably, agreeably, pleasantly …

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  • 51well — noun see let well alone adjective see the devil was sick, the devil a saint would be; the devil was well, the devil a saint was he! adverb see well begun is half done all’s well that ends well he lives long who lives well …

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  • 52well — I adv. 1) to leave well enough alone (AE)/to leave well alone (BE) ( not to interfere with smt. that is satisfactory ) 2) (misc.) are things going well with you? II n. hole dug to tap a supply of water 1) to bore, dig, drill, sink a well 2) an… …

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  • 53well — well1 adverb (better, best) 1》 in a good or satisfactory way.     ↘in a condition of prosperity or comfort.     ↘archaic luckily; opportunely: hail fellow, well met. 2》 in a thorough manner.     ↘to a great extent or degree; very much.     ↘Brit …

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  • 54WELL-LP — Infobox Broadcast call letters = WELL LP station station slogan = station branding = analog = 8 (VHF) digital = cable = affiliations = Daystar founded = November 30, 1988 location = Willow Grove/Philadelphia, Pennsylvania callsign meaning = owner …

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  • 55well — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 for water ADJECTIVE ▪ deep, shallow ▪ dry ▪ water ▪ artesian ▪ wishing …

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  • 56well — See: ALL VERY WELL, AS WELL, AS WELL AS, HAIL FELLOW WELL MET, LET WELL ENOUGH ALONE, PLAY ONE S CARDS RIGHT or PLAY ONE S CARDS WELL, VERY WELL, WEAR WELL …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 57well — See: ALL VERY WELL, AS WELL, AS WELL AS, HAIL FELLOW WELL MET, LET WELL ENOUGH ALONE, PLAY ONE S CARDS RIGHT or PLAY ONE S CARDS WELL, VERY WELL, WEAR WELL …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 58WELL-FM — Infobox Radio station name = WELL FM city = Dadeville, Alabama area = Auburn, Alabama branding = Praise 88.7 slogan = airdate = frequency = 88.7 MHz format = Christian erp = 100,000 watts haat = 129.0 meters class = C1 facility id = 64562… …

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  • 59well — {{11}}well (adv.) in a satisfactory manner, O.E. wel, common Germanic (Cf. O.S. wela, O.N. vel, O.Fris. wel, Du. wel, O.H.G. wela, Ger. wohl, Goth. waila well ), from PIE *wel , *wol (Cf. Skt. prati varam at will, O.C.S …

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  • 60well — See: all very well, as well, as well as, hail fellow well met, let well enough alone, play one s cards right or play one s cards well, very well, wear well …

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