well in (with) Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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well in (with)

UK informal (US in well with)
to have a good relationship with someone in which they like you and from which you get an advantage: He's well in with the boss, these days.
Translations of “well in (with)”
in Chinese (Traditional) (與…)保持良好關係…
in Chinese (Simplified) (与…)保持良好关系…
(Definition of well in (with) from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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