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well1 /wel/ ●●● S1 W1 adverbadv (comparativecomp better /ˈbetə $ -ər/, superlativesupl best /best/)  
1 satisfactorily 满意地SUCCESSFUL in a successful or satisfactory way 顺利地;令人满意地
 Did you sleep well?
 James reads quite well for his age.
 All the team played very well today.
 Simon doesn’t work well under pressure.
 The festival was very well organized.
 The concert went very well.
2 thoroughly 彻底地DO WELL in a thorough way 彻底地,充分地
 Mix the flour and butter well.
 I know Birmingham quite well.
3 a lot 大大地;远远地
a) a lot, or to a great degree 大大地;远远地
well before/after/above/below etc
 Stand well back from the bonfire.
 It was well after 12 o'clock when they arrived.
 The village is well below sea level.
 The amphitheatre is well worth a visit.
 I’m well aware of the problems involved.
 I went out and got well and truly (=completely) drunk.
b) [+adj] British EnglishBrE informal very 很,非常
 That was well funny!
4 do well 
a) DO WELLto be successful, especially in work or business 〔尤指在工作或生意上〕成功,干得好
 He’s doing very well at college.
 Elizabeth’s done well for herself since she moved to London.
b) BETTER/RECOVEREDif someone who has been ill is doing well, they are becoming healthy again 〔病人〕康复
 He had the operation yesterday, and he’s doing very well.
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5 as well in addition to something or someone else 〔除某事物或某人外〕还
 Why don’t you come along as well?
As well is used mostly in spoken English. In written English, people usually prefer to use also: as well大多用于英语口语,在英语书面语中,人们一般喜欢用also
Parents are also welcome.
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6 as well as something/somebody ADDin addition to something or someone else 以及某事物/某人
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7 may/might/could well PROBABLYused to say that something is likely to happen or is likely to be true 可能,或许,也许
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8 may/might/could (just) as well 
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9 can’t very well (do something) used to say that you cannot do something because it would be unacceptable 不能(做某事)
10 know full/perfectly well REALIZEused to say that someone does know something even though they are behaving as if they do not 当然知道,十分清楚〔尽管某人表现得似乎并不知道〕
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11 speak/think well of somebody APPROVEto talk about someone in an approving way or to have a favourable opinion of them 称赞某人/对某人印象好
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12. well done!/well played! spokenPRAISE used to praise someone when you think they have done something very well 干得好!真棒!
13. well said! spoken used to say that you agree with what someone has just said, or that you admire them for saying it 说得好!我同意!
14 be well away British EnglishBrE informal
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15 be well in with somebody informalFRIENDLY to have a friendly relationship with someone, especially someone important 与某人〔尤指要人〕关系密切
16. be well out of something British EnglishBrE spokenINCLUDE to be lucky to no longer be involved in a particular situation 幸而不受某事牵连;幸而摆脱了某事
17 be well up in/on something informal especially British EnglishBrEKNOW something to know a lot about a particular subject 对〔某个科目〕非常熟悉
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18 as well somebody might/may formal used to say that there is a good reason for someone’s feelings or reactions 某人应该如此〔用于表示某人的感受或反应有充分的理由〕
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19. do well by somebody informalGENEROUS to treat someone generously 慷慨对待某人
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well before
She’s been up since well before dawn.
well after
It was well after ten o'clock when we arrived.
well above
The school’s performance was well above average.
well below
They earn well below $5 an hour.
well short of
This total falls well short of the sum required.
well back
Stand well back from the edge of the platform.
well worth
The book is well worth reading.
well aware
I am well aware of the risks involved.
well able/capable
She is well able to look after herself.
well underway
The work on the extension is well underway.
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well2 ●●● S1 W1 interjection  
1 emphasizing STH 强调某事EMPHASIZE used to emphasize something you are saying 好,嗯〔用以强调所说之事〕
2 pausing 停顿PAUSE used to pause or give yourself time to think before saying something 嗯,这个〔用于停顿片刻或使自己在说话前有时间考虑〕
3 accepting a situation 接受某种局面 (also oh well)AGREE used to show that you accept a situation even though you feel disappointed or annoyed about it 好吧,算了〔对不愉快的事表示接受〕
4 showing surprise 表示惊讶 (also well, well, (well))SURPRISED used to express surprise or amusement 哎呀,哟〔表示惊讶或高兴〕
5 showing anger 表示生气ANGRY used to express anger or disapproval 哎,哼,唉〔表示生气或不赞成〕
6 FINISH DOING somethingfinal remark 结束语 used to show that you are about to finish speaking or doing something 好了,好啦〔表示准备结束讲话或停止做某事〕
7 expressing doubt 表示怀疑NOT SURE used to show that you are not sure about something 哦〔表示对某事并无把握〕
8 changing STH 改变某事物 used to slightly change something that you have said 哦〔用于纠正刚刚说过的话〕
9 AGREEING 同意very well formal used to show that you agree with an idea or accept a suggestion 好吧〔表示同意某一想法或接受某一建议〕
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10 continuing a story 接续故事CONNECTED WITH used to continue a story you are telling people, especially in order to make it seem more interesting 对了,于是〔向人讲述某故事时的接续用语,尤以为讲述增色为目的〕
n11. Well?
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ASK A QUESTIONused to ask someone to answer a question you have asked them, when you are angry with them 怎么样?〔用于要求别人回答所提问题〕
 Well? What have you got to say for yourself?
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well3 ●●● S1 W2 adjectiveadj (comparativecomp better, superlativesupl best)  
1 HEALTHYhealthy 健康的
2 it’s just as well (that) spokenSATISFIED used to say that things have happened in a good or fortunate way 正好(…),幸好(…)
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3 it’s/that’s all very well, but ...but ... it’s/that’s all very well spokenBUT used to say that something seems to be a good idea, but is not really possible or helpful 好是好,可是〔表示某事看似不错,但并非真正可行或有益〕
4 that’s/it’s all well and good spoken especially British EnglishBrEBUT used to say that something is good or enjoyable, but it also has some disadvantages 固然好
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5 it might/would be as well spokenSUGGEST used to give someone advice or make a helpful suggestion 最好〔给某人劝告或提出有用的意见〕
6 all is well/all is not well formalSATISFIED used to say that a situation is satisfactory or not satisfactory 〔情况〕令人满意/不满意
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7. all’s well that ends well SATISFIEDused to say that a difficult situation has ended with a good result. It is the title of a humorous play by William Shakespeare about the relationship between the two main characters, Helena and Bertram. 结果好就一切都好〔莎士比亚一喜剧《终成眷属》即得名于此〕
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Related topics: Food, Gas, coal, oil
well4 ●●○ noun [countableC]  
1 DFTBa deep hole in the ground from which people take water
2. TPGan oil well 油井
3. TBBthe space in a tall building where the stairs are 楼梯井
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well5 (also well up) verb [intransitiveI] literary  
1 if a liquid wells or wells up, it comes to the surface of something and starts to flow out 〔液体〕涌溢,开始流淌
2 STRONG FEELING OR BELIEFif a feeling wells or wells up in you, you start to feel it strongly 〔情绪〕变得强烈
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From Longman Business Dictionary
wellwell /wel/ noun [countableC]
another name for an OIL WELL
Origin well1
Old English wel
Old English welle
(1300-1400) well to cause to boil ((11-15 centuries)), from Old English wellan


1for water水井ADJECTIVE | VERB + WELL | WELL + VERB | PHRASES ADJECTIVEdeep, shallow深井;淺井dry枯井water水井artesian自流井wishing許願井VERB + WELLdig, sink挖井;打井fall down墜井The dog fell down a well.狗落入了井中。WELL + VERBrun dry井變乾涸PHRASESat the bottom of a well在井底


2for oil油井ADJECTIVE | VERB + WELL ADJECTIVEoil油井new新油井VERB + WELLdrill鑽井
well adj.
well (feel/look well) get well recover verb1 alive and well safe1 not (very) well sick1
well adv.
very (well over the speed limit) do well do well


well ♦︎ all right ♦︎ OK ♦︎ fine ♦︎ healthy ♦︎ strong ♦︎ fit ♦︎ good ♦︎ greatThese words all describe sb who is not ill and is in good health. 这些词均表示健康的、身体好的。SYNONYM SCALE 词义标尺 下图显示这些词所表达健康的程度
all rightwellfine
PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS 句型和搭配all right / OK / fit for sthall right / OK / fit to do sthto feel / look well / all right / OK / fine / healthy / strong / fit / good / greatto keep (sb) well / healthy / fitto get well / strong / fitperfectly well / all right / OK / fine / healthy / fitvery / extremely / apparently well / healthy / fitphysically well / healthy / strong / fitfit and well / healthy / strong well [not usually before noun] (especially spoken) in good health 健康;身体好I'm not feeling very well.我觉得身体不太好。You're looking well.你看起来棒极了。Is he well enough to travel?他身体怎么样,能旅行吗?Wait till you're better before you go back to work.等你好些了再去上班吧。I hope you're keeping well.希望你健健康康的。'How are you?' 'Very well, thanks.'“你好吗?”“很好,谢谢。”Get well soon (= a message on a greetings card to sb who is ill).愿早日康复。 (informal) He's not a well man.他身体不太好。Well is used especially to talk about your own health, to ask sb about their health or to make a comment on it. It is also used to talk about sb's health at a particular time, for example when they have just recovered from an illness. * well尤用于谈论自己的健康、询问或评论对方的身体状况。还用于谈论某人特定时期的健康状况,如刚刚病愈之时。 OPP sick , ill , unwell sick 1 all ˈright [not before noun] (rather informal, spoken) not feeling ill; not injured 无病;平安无恙Are you feeling all right?你感觉还好吧?I'm all right now.我现在没事了。 OK ( okay) [not before noun] (informal, spoken) not feeling ill; not injured 无病;平安无恙Are you OK?你感觉还好吧?He should be OK for the game on Saturday.他参加星期六的比赛应该没问题。NOTE 辨析 All right or OK?These words are slightly less positive than the other words in this group. They are both used in spoken English to talk about not actually being ill or injured, rather than being positively in good health. Both are rather informal but OK is slightly more informal than all right. Both words also mean 'safe'. 与本组词的其他词相比,这两个词的正面含义略少,都用于口语中表示无病或无伤,而非身体健康。两个词都是非正式用语,但是OK较all right更不正式。两个词都有安全之意。 See also the entry for safe 1 另见safe条第1义 fine [not before noun] (not used in negative statements; not used in the comparative or superlative 不用于否定陈述;不用于比较级或最高级形式) (especially spoken) completely well 健康;身体好'How are you?' 'Fine, thanks.'“你身体好吗?”“非常好,谢谢。”She was absolutely fine throughout the pregnancy.她在怀孕期间一直感觉良好。 Fine is used especially to talk about your own health, especially when sb asks you how you are. It is also used to talk about sb's health when you are talking to sb else. Unlike well it is not often used to ask sb about their health or make a comment on it. * fine尤用于在对方询问自己的健康状况时作答,还用于与对方谈论另一人的身体状况。与well不同的是,fine不常用于询问或评论对方的健康状况Are you keeping fine? You're looking fine! healthy in good health and not likely to become ill 健康的;健壮的Keep healthy by eating well and exercising regularly.通过良好饮食和经常锻炼保持健康。She gave birth to a healthy boy.她生下了一个健康的男婴。Here are ten tips for a healthy heart.以下是保持心脏健康的十个小窍门。OPP sickly , unhealthy sick 1 see also health health strong in good health and not suffering from an illness 健康的;强壮的;身体好的After a few weeks she was feeling stronger.几周之后,她感觉好多了。Strong is often used to talk about becoming healthy again after an illness. * strong常用于谈论病后恢复健康。 OPP weak weak see also strength force noun fit (especially BrE) in good physical health, especially because you take regular physical exercise (尤指因经常运动)健壮的,健康的I used to go swimming every day in order to keep fit.我曾经每天游泳以保持健康。A reasonably fit adult should have no difficulty with the climb.健康状况良好的成年人爬上去应该没问题。 Fit can be used in the phrases fit for sth and fit to do sth, to mean 'well enough to do sth'. It is often used in the context of sport to say that a sportsman or woman has recovered from an injury and is able to play or compete. * fit可用于短语fit for sth和fit to do sth中,意为身体够好,可以做某事。这个词常用于体育语境中,表示运动员伤后恢复竞技状态He's been ill and isn't fit enough for work yet.他一直病着,还不能工作。He should be fit to play in the match tomorrow.他的身体条件应该能参加明天的比赛。She won't compete unless she's fully fit.她在完全恢复之前不会参加比赛。 OPP unfit sick 1 see also fitness health good (of a person or part of the body) healthy (人或身体部位)健康的,强健的When used in this meaning about a person, good is usually used in negative statements. * good表示人身体健康时,通常用于否定句I don't feel too good today.今天我感觉身体不太好。However, in informal American English, it can also be used in positive statements, both as an adjective and an adverb. 但是在非正式的美式英语中,good也可作形容词和副词用在肯定句中 (NAmE, informal) 'How are you?' 'I'm good, thanks!'“你身体怎么样?”“挺好,谢谢。”I'm doing good.我身体还不错。 Good can also be used to talk about a part of the body that is one of a pair, especially an eye or ear, when the other one of the pair is not healthy or does not work properly. * good还可以指眼睛或耳朵等一对器官中健康的、能正常运作的那个Can you speak into my good ear?你能冲着我听得见的那只耳朵说话吗? OPP bad sick 1 , bad injured great (rather informal, especially spoken) in a very good state of physical or mental health 身体健康的;心情愉快的I feel great today.我今天感觉特别好。Everyone's in great form.每个人的状态都非常好。She seemed in great spirits (= very cheerful).她好像心情很不错。

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