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to be well received


Definition (British English)

be, well
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

be, well, received
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

be, well, received
Merriam Webster


be, well, received
Online Etymology Dictionary

gut ankommen



gut, ankommen

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well-received vs. well receivedLast post 09 Mar 11, 13:52
Im Text eines südenglischen Muttersprachlers heißt es: "The show was well received" - ohne 10 Replies
well receivedLast post 29 May 11, 15:58
"The Omega-3 index is a well received risk indicator, measuring the share of EPA and DHA in …1 Replies
Well roared, lion! - Gut gebrüllt, Löwe!Last post 15 Apr 11, 16:45
Hierum geht es: Replies
just as well - genauso gutLast post 16 Sep 08, 09:14
Der Eintrag ist doppelt vorhanden.1 Replies
Beliebtheit erfreuen - well receivedLast post 12 Apr 19, 18:35
Schade, dass Sie mit dem XY keine guten Erfahrungen gemacht haben, denn gerade dieses Produk…12 Replies
to get along well together - gut auskommenLast post 09 Feb 16, 08:50
They get along well. Der Eintrag im Wörterbuch für “to get along well together” ist sicherlich4 Replies
kann gut sein - may well beLast post 18 Dec 09, 14:38
Frage: Hast du dieses Schriftstück? Antwort: Kann gut sein. = May well be. Wäre das die rich…4 Replies
be well in the mix - gut im Rennen liegenLast post 07 Aug 20, 17:53
“Aston Villa were also well in the mix for a Champions League place that season.“ (Source: w…1 Replies
gut ankommenLast post 02 Mar 10, 13:48
Ich bin gut in Birmingham angekommen.1 Replies
"Well" - chiefly BE?Last post 17 Aug 14, 11:29
Hi, Ist Well im AE common, oder eher old-fashioned/posh oder ähnliches? Danke! Exberliner6 Replies

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