v. i.) An issue of water from the earth; a spring; a fountain.
v. t.) In a good or proper manner; justly; rightly; not ill or wickedly.
She is very intelligent and she does well academically.
He can swim well.
He knows the city well.
He plays the guitar very well.
He is doing very well at school.
A boy prince falls down a cursed well and goes on creepy adventures in the underworld.
Mom boiled the well water so it would be safe to drink.
The play went very well on the whole.
He didn’t get on well in his new job.
Do you think your car will stand up well under such snowy conditions?
Go well prepared with a map and compass and warm waterproof clothing.
If you plan the project well, then everything should fall into place.
Britain did well in the athletics competition, but the day belonged to Norway.
She answered the first question well and from then on it was all plain sailing.
They have had some minor differences, but in general they get on well together.
The sort of people who live and work in Bonn are well educated and open-minded.
The runner has been doing very well in the national track and field circuit and is expected to place in the top ten in next year’s Olympics.
Our washing machine wasn’t working very well, so my neighbor helped me to repair it using a book he had on fixing household appliances.
You will always have a certain amount of stress in your life, but it doesn’t have to have a negative impact on your health and well-being.
My friend can imitate the teacher’s voice so well that if you don’t see him when he’s doing it, you think it is her.
Your criticism of the project is entirely unjustified. It is going very well and should be very profitable.
He did well in high school English classes, but his essays will get much closer scrutiny once he is in university.
We sometimes have to ask our neighbor’s kids to turn their music down, but we get along quite well otherwise.