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DISCOURSE USES 话语用法
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ADV (用于表示想要开口说话)嗯，唔 You say well to indicate that you are about to say something.
Sylvia shook hands. 'Well, you go get yourselves some breakfast.'...
Well, I don't like the look of that.
ADV (用于表示想要继续话题)这个，不过 You say well to indicate that you intend or want to carry on speaking.
You can lose your perspective. You know, get paranoid? Well, that's something I really try and avoid...
The trouble with City is that they do not have enough quality players. Well, that can easily be rectified.
ADV (用于转换话题)对了，好了 You say well to indicate that you are changing the topic, and are either going back to something that was being discussed earlier or are going on to something new.
Thank you Lionel, for singing that for us. Well, we'd better tell you what's on the show between nine and midnight...
Well, let's press on.
ADV (用于表示谈话结束)好吧，好了 You say well to indicate that you have reached the end of a conversation.
'I'm sure you will be an asset,' she finally added. 'Well, I see it's just about time for lunch.'...
Well, thank you for speaking with us.
ADV (用于委婉地提出建议、批评、更正等)那么，嗯 You say well to make a suggestion, criticism, or correction seem less definite or rude.
Well, maybe it would be easier to start with a smaller problem...
Well, let's wait and see...
ADV (用于停顿之前或之后，尤为给自己留出思考的时间)嗯，唔 You say well just before or after you pause, especially to give yourself time to think about what you are going to say.
Look, I'm really sorry I woke you, and, well, I just wanted to tell you I was all right.
ADV (用于更正刚说过的话)噢 You say well when you are correcting something that you have just said.
The comet is going to come back in 2061 and we are all going to be able to see it. Well, our offspring are, anyway...
There was a note. Well, not really a note.
ADV (用于对他人所说的话表示怀疑)哦 You say well to express your doubt about something that someone has said.
'But finance is far more serious.' — 'Well I don't know really.'
'Go on, Dennis.' — 'Well, if you're sure.'
EXCLAM (用于表示惊讶或气愤)啊，哟，好啦 You say well to express your surprise or anger at something that someone has just said or done.
'Imelda,' said Mrs Kennerly. 'That's my name, Tom.' — 'Well,' said Tom. 'Imelda. I never knew.'...
Well, honestly! They're like an old married couple at times.
CONVENTION (用于等待他人回应，常表示不耐烦)嗯，那么，接着呢 You say well to indicate that you are waiting for someone to say something and often to express your irritation with them.
'Well?' asked Barry, 'what does it tell us?'...
'Well, why don't you ask me?' he said finally.
CONVENTION (用于表示被听到或见到的所逗乐并常引出评论)哟，好啦 You use well to indicate that you are amused by something you have heard or seen, and often to introduce a comment on it.
Well, well, well, look at you. Ethel, look at this little fat girl...
Bob peered at it. 'Well, well!' he said, 'I haven't seen Spam since the war!' and laughed.
CONVENTION (用于表示勉强接受)算了 You say oh well to indicate that you accept a situation or that someone else should accept it, even though you or they are not very happy about it, because it is not too bad and cannot be changed.
Oh well, it could be worse...
'I called her and she said no.' — 'Oh well.'
ADVERB USES 副词用法
ADV-GRADED (以标准或程度来说)好，出色地 If you do something well, you do it to a high standard or to a great extent.
All the Indian batsmen played well...
He speaks English better than I do...
ADV-GRADED 完全地;彻底地 If you do something well, you do it thoroughly and completely.
Mix all the ingredients well...
Wash your hands well with soap.
ADV-GRADED (评价)高，令人满意地 If you speak or think well of someone, you say or think favourable things about them.
'He speaks well of you.' — 'I'm glad to hear that.'...
It might help people think better of him.
COMB in ADJ-GRADED (用于过去分词前表示达到很高标准或极大程度) Well is used in front of past participles to indicate that something is done to a high standard or to a great extent.
Helen is a very well-known novelist in Australia...
People live longer nowadays, and they are better educated...
ADV-GRADED (标准或程度)多少，怎样 You use well to ask or talk about the extent or standard of something.
How well do you remember your mother, Franzi?...
This new career doesn't pay nearly as well as the old one...
ADV (用于介词短语前表示强调)大大地，远远地 You use well in front of a prepositional phrase to emphasize it. For example, if you say that one thing happened well before another, you mean that it happened a long time before it.
Franklin did not turn up until well after midnight...
We often plan our meals well in advance...
ADV-GRADED (用于某些形容词前表示强调)很，相当 You use well before certain adjectives to emphasize them.
She has a close group of friends who are very well aware of what she has suffered...
Men are generally better able to express anger...
ADV (置于描述情感的形容词前表示强调)非常 Some people use well before adjectives referring to feelings to emphasize that the feeling is very strong.
It was about the only time I got up the field in the whole game so I was well happy with my goal...
I was well pissed off about it at the time.
ADV (用于 perfectly，jolly，damn 等副词后，强调观点或真相) You use well after adverbs such as 'perfectly', 'jolly', or 'damn' in order to emphasize an opinion or the truth of what you are saying.
You know perfectly well I can't be blamed for the failure of that mission...
I'd got myself into this marriage and I jolly well had to get myself out of it.
ADV (用于may，could等动词后，表示可能发生)有理由地，很可能地 You use well after verbs such as 'may' and 'could' when you are saying what you think is likely to happen.
The murderer may well come from the estate...
Ours could well be the last generation for which moviegoing has a sense of magic.
PHRASE 也;还 You use as well when mentioning something which happens in the same way as something else already mentioned, or which should be considered at the same time as that thing.
It is most often diagnosed in women in their thirties and forties, although I've seen it in many younger women, as well...
'What do you like about it then?' — 'Erm, the history, the shops—people are quite friendly as well.'
PREP-PHRASE 除…之外;也;还 You use as well as when you want to mention another item connected with the subject you are discussing.
She published historical novels, as well as a non-fiction study of women in the British Empire...
It is in his best interests as well as yours...
PHRASE 情理之中地;毫不奇怪地 If you say, after stating that something has happened or is the case, as well it might or as well it may, you mean that this is not at all surprising or is quite appropriate.
This caused a few gasps, as well it might...
You can see he's terrified, as well he might be after what we've been through.
PHRASE 幸亏 If you say that something that has happened is just as well, you mean that it is fortunate that it happened in the way it did.
Blue asbestos is far less common in buildings, which is just as well because it's more dangerous than white asbestos...
Judging from everything you've said, it was just as well she wasn't there.
PHRASE (用于建议某一特定思路或行动)最好（做…） You say it is as well to think or do something when you are advising someone to think in a particular way or to take a particular action.
It is as well to bear in mind that laughter is a great releaser of tension.
PHR-MODAL （用于建议或推荐）应该（去做…） If you say that someone would do well to do something, you mean that you advise or recommend that they do it.
He would do well to remember that, sooner or later, everyone's luck runs out...
Investors would do well to take a look at the Swiss economy.
PHRASE (几乎)和…一样 If you say that something, usually something bad, might as well be true or may as well be true, you mean that the situation is the same or almost the same as if it were true.
The couple might as well have been strangers...
We might just as well be in prison for all the quality our lives have at present.
PHRASE 只好(做);(做…)也无妨 If you say that you might as well do something, or that you may as well do it, you mean that you will do it although you do not have a strong desire to do it and may even feel slightly unwilling to do it.
If I've got to go somewhere I may as well go to Birmingham...
Anyway, you're here; you might as well stay...
PHRASE 尽可如此 If you say that something is all well and good, you are suggesting that it has faults or disadvantages, although it may appear to be correct or reasonable.
It's all well and good for him to say he's sorry for dropping you, but has he told you why he did it?
PHRASE 固然很好；也好 You say well and good or all well and good to indicate that you would be pleased if something happens but you are aware that it has some disadvantages.
If they arrive before I leave, well and good. If not, the responsibility will be mine...
This is all well and good, but we have to look at the situation in the long term.
PHRASE 幸而摆脱了；幸而不受牵连 If you say to someone who is no longer involved in a situation that they are well out of it, you mean that it is a good thing they are no longer involved and they should be pleased about this.
I hated the Cold War. I think we're very well out of it.
PHRASE 完全;彻底 If you say that something is well and truly finished, gone, or done, you are emphasizing that it is completely finished or gone, or thoroughly done.
The war is well and truly over.
...the relief of knowing that a problem was well and truly solved...
PHRASE 还不错;还好 If you say that you like something or someone well enough, you mean that you quite like them or find them reasonably acceptable.
Nancy liked it well enough, but complained about the color...
Crook liked her well enough, but remained indifferent to her feminine charms.
ADJECTIVE USE 形容词用法
ADJ-GRADED 身体健康的;安康的 If you are well, you are healthy and not ill.
I'm not very well today, I can't come in...
I hope you're well.
NOUN USES 名词用法
N-COUNT 井;水井 A well is a hole in the ground from which a supply of water is extracted.
I had to fetch water from the well.
N-COUNT 油井 A well is an oil well.
About 650 wells are on fire.
VERB USES 动词用法
VERB 涌出;冒出;流出;溢出 If liquids, for example tears, well, they come to the surface and form a pool.
Tears welled in her eyes...
He fell back, blood welling from a gash in his thigh.
VERB (某种情感)迸发，涌起 If an emotion wells in you, it suddenly becomes stronger, to the point where you have to express it.
Gratitude welled in Chryssa...
Her love for him welled stronger than ever.