Meaning of WELL in English
n. 25B6; adverb
please behave well : SATISFACTORILY, nicely, correctly, properly, fittingly, suitably, appropriately.
they get on well together : HARMONIOUSLY, agreeably, pleasantly, nicely, happily, amicably, amiably, peaceably; informal famously.
he plays the piano well : SKILFULLY, ably, competently, proficiently, adeptly, deftly, expertly, admirably, excellently.
treat your employees well : DECENTLY, fairly, kindly, generously, honestly.
mix the ingredients well : THOROUGHLY, completely; effectively, rigorously, carefully.
I know her quite well : INTIMATELY, thoroughly, deeply, profoundly, personally.
they studied the car market well : CAREFULLY, closely, attentively, rigorously, in depth, exhaustively, in detail, meticulously, scrupulously, conscientiously, methodically, completely, comprehensively, fully, extensively.
they speak well of him : ADMIRINGLY, highly, approvingly, favourably, appreciatively, warmly, enthusiastically, glowingly.
she makes enough money to live well : COMFORTABLY, in (the lap of) luxury, prosperously.
you may well be right : QUITE POSSIBLY, conceivably, probably; undoubtedly, certainly, unquestionably.
he is well over forty : CONSIDERABLY, very much, a great deal, substantially, easily, comfortably, significantly.
she could well afford it : EASILY, comfortably, readily, effortlessly.
badly, negligently, disparagingly, barely.
she was completely well again : HEALTHY, fine, fit, robust, strong, vigorous, blooming, thriving, hale and hearty, in good shape, in good condition, in good trim, in fine fettle; informal in the pink.
all is not well : SATISFACTORY, all right, fine, in order, as it should be, acceptable; informal OK, hunky-dory; N. Amer. & Austral./NZ informal jake; Brit. informal, dated tickety-boo.
it would be well to tell us in advance : ADVISABLE, sensible, prudent, politic, commonsensical, wise, judicious, expedient, recommended, advantageous, beneficial, profitable, desirable; a good idea.
poorly, unsatisfactory, inadvisable.
25A0; as well TOO, also, in addition, additionally, into the bargain, besides, furthermore, moreover, to boot.
25A0; as well as TOGETHER WITH, along with, besides, plus, and, with, on top of, not to mention, to say nothing of, let alone.
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