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Translation of "well" - English-Turkish dictionary

well

adjective [never before noun]     /wel/ (better, best)
A1 healthy sağlıklı, iyi to feel/look well I'm not very well. Are you feeling better now? →  Opposite unwell Fit and healthy
all is well B1 everything is in a good or acceptable state her şey çok güzel, her şey yolunda; tıkırında; saat gibi I hope all is well with Jack.Quite good, or not very goodSuitable and acceptable
be all very well used to show that you do not agree with something or that you are annoyed about something hepsi iyi de...; iyi güzel de...; iyi hoş da...; iyi hoş ama... It's all very well for her to say everything's fine, she doesn't have to live here.Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
be (just) as well used to say that something might be a good thing to do or happen iyi olur, isabet olur; Allah'tan, iyi ki [+ (that)] It was just as well that you left when you did. →  See also be alive and kicking/well Reassuring
Translations of “well”
in Arabic بِصَحّة جَيّدة…
in Korean 건강한…
in Malaysian sihat, baik, bagus…
in French bien…
in Italian bene…
in Chinese (Traditional) 健康的…
in Russian здоровый…
in Polish zdrowy…
in Vietnamese khỏe, tốt…
in Spanish bien, sano…
in Portuguese bem…
in Thai สุขภาพดี, หายดี, เป็นที่พอใจ…
in German gesund, in Ordnung…
in Catalan bé…
in Japanese 健康な…
in Indonesian sehat, keadaan baik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 健康的…
(Definition of well adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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