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you may well ask

(also well may you ask) humorous
it would be very interesting to know: How could Jonathan afford to buy a new car? You may well ask.
Translations of “you may well ask”
in Chinese (Traditional) (表示…耐人尋味)你覺得出奇吧…
in Chinese (Simplified) (表示…耐人寻味)你纳闷吧,你觉得出奇吧…
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