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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A deep hole or shaft sunk into the earth to obtain water, oil, gas, or brine.
- noun: A container or reservoir for a liquid, such as ink.
- noun: A place where water issues from the earth; a spring or fountain.
- noun: A mineral spring.
- noun: A watering place; a spa.
- noun: An abundant source: a well of information.
- noun: An open space extending vertically through the floors of a building, as for stairs or ventilation.
- noun: Nautical An enclosure in a ship's hold for the pumps.
- noun: Nautical A compartment or recessed area in a ship, used for stowage: an anchor well.
- noun: Nautical A part of a ship's weather deck enclosed between two watertight bulkheads.
- noun: A cistern with a perforated bottom in the hold of a fishing vessel for keeping fish alive.
- noun: An enclosed space for receiving and holding something, such as the wheels of an airplane when retracted.
- noun: Chiefly British The central space in a law court, directly in front of the judge's bench, where the counsel or solicitor sits.
- verb-intransitive: To rise to the surface, ready to flow: Tears welled in my eyes.
- verb-intransitive: To rise or surge from an inner source: Anger welled up in me.
- verb-transitive: To pour forth.
- adverb: In a good or proper manner: behaved well.
- adverb: Skillfully or proficiently: dances well.
- adverb: Satisfactorily or sufficiently: slept well.
- adverb: Successfully or effectively: gets along well with people.
- adverb: In a comfortable or affluent manner: lived well.
- adverb: In a manner affording benefit or gain; advantageously: married well.
- adverb: With reason or propriety; reasonably: can't very well say no.
- adverb: In all likelihood; indeed: You may well need your umbrella.
- adverb: In a prudent or sensible manner: You would do well to say nothing more.
- adverb: In a close or familiar manner: knew them well.
- adverb: In a favorable or approving manner: spoke well of them.
- adverb: Thoroughly; completely: well cooked; cooked well.
- adverb: Perfectly; clearly: I well understand your intentions.
- adverb: To a suitable or appropriate degree: This product will answer your needs equally well.
- adverb: To a considerable extent or degree: well over the estimate.
- adverb: With care or attention: listened well.
- adverb: Entirely; fully: well worth seeing.
- adjective: In a satisfactory condition; right or proper: All is well.
- adjective: Not ailing, infirm, or diseased; healthy. See Synonyms at
- adjective: Cured or healed, as a wound.
- adjective: Of or characterized by the maintenance of good health practices. Often used in combination: a well-baby clinic; a well-child visit to the doctor.
- adjective: Advisable; prudent: It would be well not to ask.
- adjective: Fortunate; good: It is well that you stayed.
- interjection: Used to introduce a remark, resume a narrative, or fill a pause during conversation.
- interjection: Used to express surprise.
- idiom: as well In addition; also: mentioned other matters as well.
- idiom: as well With equal effect: I might as well go.
- idiom: in well with Informal In a position to influence or be favored by: He's in well with management.