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[wɛl] [wɛl]

adv.很好地;充分地;满意地;适当地

adj.良好的;健康的;适宜的

n.井;源泉

v.涌出

常用短语

  1. well up

    涌出,流露,萌发

  2. well seen

    精通的,通晓的

  3. as well as

    也,和…一样,不但…而且

  4. 更多词组短语 »

场景例句

  1. Did you sleep well?

    你睡得好吗?

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  2. He plays quite well.

    他表现得相当好。

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  3. You played very well.

    你演得很好。

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  4. 更多双语例句 »

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同义词辨析

  • 以下词都有“健康的,强健的”的意思,区别是:
  • healthy 指身体无病,也可指身心健全、正常的。

    sound 侧重身体各部分或器官没有病,无任何缺陷,即健康。

    robust 强调身体强健。

    well 仅指没有疾病,但不一定很健康。

    strong 既指体格健壮,又指体力或精神上的力量。

    vigorous 指人强健有力,精力充沛。

    sturdy 侧重于结实的体格。

    tough 着重指人的体格健壮。

    wholesome 多指能给人留下身体健康、思想健全或品德良好等印象。

    fit 既可指健壮又可指健全无病。

    词根: -well- 好,井,泉
  1. well [wɛl] adv. 很好地;充分地;满意地;适当地 adj. 良好的;健康的;适宜的 n. 井;源泉 v. 涌出

    well: -well-好,井,泉

  2. upwell [ʌp'wel] vi. (水等)上涌

    upwell: up-向上 + -well-泉 → 向上的泉涌 → 上涌

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well 源泉,水井,喷出

来自 PIE*wel,弯,转,翻滚,词源同 vault,wallow,voluble.引申词义水井,源泉。

well 源泉,水井,喷出

来自PIE*wel,弯,转,翻滚,词源同vault,wallow,voluble。引申词义水井,源泉。

well 好的

来自 PIE*wel,希望,希冀,词源同 will.引申词义好的。

well 好的

来自PIE*wel,希望,希冀,词源同will。引申义好的。

well (adv.)

"in a satisfactory manner," Old English wel "abundantly, very, very much; indeed, to be sure; with good reason; nearly, for the most part," from Proto-Germanic *wel- (source also of Old Saxon wela, Old Norse vel, Old Frisian wel, Dutch wel, Old High German wela, German wohl, Gothic waila "well"), from PIE root *wel- (2) "to wish, will" (source also of Sanskrit prati varam "at will," Old Church Slavonic vole "well," Welsh gwell "better," Latin velle "to wish, will," Old English willan "to wish;" see will (v.)).

Also used in Old English as an interjection and an expression of surprise. The adjective was in Old English in the sense "in good fortune, happy," from the adverb; sense of "satisfactory" is from late 14c.; "agreeable to wish or desire" is from mid-15c.; "in good health, not ailing" is from 1550s. Well-to-do "prosperous" is recorded by 1794.

well (v.)

"to spring, rise, gush," Old English wiellan (Anglian wællan), causative of weallan "to boil, bubble up, rise (in reference to a river)" (class VII strong verb; past tense weoll, past participle weallen), from Proto-Germanic *wellanan "to roll" (source also of Old Saxon wallan, Old Norse vella, Old Frisian walla, Old High German wallan, German wallen, Gothic wulan "to bubble, boil"), from PIE root *wel- (3) "to turn, revolve," on notion of "roiling or bubbling water."

well (n.)

"hole dug for water, spring of water," Old English wielle (West Saxon), welle (Anglian) "spring of water, fountain," from wiellan (see well (v.)). "As soon as a spring begins to be utilized as a source of water-supply it is more or less thoroughly transformed into a well" [Century Dictionary]. Figurative sense of "source from which anything is drawn" was in Old English.

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