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Traducciones detalladas de better de inglés a francés

better:

to better verbo (betters, bettered, bettering)

  1. to better (improve; correct; renew; get better; make better)
    améliorer; perfectionner; aller mieux; revitaliser; régénérer; renouer; renouveler; rénover
    • améliorer verbo (améliore, améliores, améliorons, améliorez, )
    • perfectionner verbo (perfectionne, perfectionnes, perfectionnons, perfectionnez, )
    • aller mieux verbo
    • revitaliser verbo (revitalise, revitalises, revitalisons, revitalisez, )
    • régénérer verbo (régénère, régénères, régénérons, régénérez, )
    • renouer verbo (renoue, renoues, renouons, renouez, )
    • renouveler verbo (renouvelle, renouvelles, renouvelons, renouvelez, )
    • rénover verbo (rénove, rénoves, rénovons, rénovez, )
  2. to better (complete; improve; finish; perfect; make better)
    compléter; finir; perfectionner; rendre complet; achever; supplémenter; parfaire; améliorer
    • compléter verbo (complète, complètes, complétons, complétez, )
    • finir verbo (finis, finit, finissons, finissez, )
    • perfectionner verbo (perfectionne, perfectionnes, perfectionnons, perfectionnez, )
    • achever verbo (achève, achèves, achevons, achevez, )
    • supplémenter verbo (supplémente, supplémentes, supplémentons, supplémentez, )
    • parfaire verbo (parfais, parfait, parfaisons, parfaites, )
    • améliorer verbo (améliore, améliores, améliorons, améliorez, )

Conjugaciones de better:

present
  1. better
  2. better
  3. betters
  4. better
  5. better
  6. better
simple past
  1. bettered
  2. bettered
  3. bettered
  4. bettered
  5. bettered
  6. bettered
present perfect
  1. have bettered
  2. have bettered
  3. has bettered
  4. have bettered
  5. have bettered
  6. have bettered
past continuous
  1. was bettering
  2. were bettering
  3. was bettering
  4. were bettering
  5. were bettering
  6. were bettering
future
  1. shall better
  2. will better
  3. will better
  4. shall better
  5. will better
  6. will better
continuous present
  1. am bettering
  2. are bettering
  3. is bettering
  4. are bettering
  5. are bettering
  6. are bettering
subjunctive
  1. be bettered
  2. be bettered
  3. be bettered
  4. be bettered
  5. be bettered
  6. be bettered
diverse
  1. better!
  2. let's better!
  3. bettered
  4. bettering
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for better:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
supérieur Mother Superior; Superior; boss; captain; chief; commander; leader; lieutenant-colonel; master; principal
- bettor; punter; wagerer
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
achever better; complete; finish; improve; make better; perfect accomplish; bring to a close; bring to a conclusion; bring to an end; carry out; complete; conclude; conclude writing; drink; drink up; empty; end; finish; finish of writing; finish off; finish off playing; finish off writing; fix; fix it up; get done; get ready; have ended; have finished; make even; manage; pay; pay on account; pull it off; pull the trick; round off; settle; sit out; sit out to the end; wear out; wind up; write off
aller mieux better; correct; get better; improve; make better; renew better one's life; get better; improve
améliorer better; complete; correct; finish; get better; improve; make better; perfect; renew bring forward; bring to perfection; collect; come round for; correct; ennoble; fetch; improve; make progress; perfect; pick up; progress; put straight; rectify; refine; set right; take; take along; take away
compléter better; complete; finish; improve; make better; perfect accomplish; add; bring to an end; complete; count up; end; fill up; finish; finnish; get done; get ready; replenish; round off; to make complete; total; wind up
finir better; complete; finish; improve; make better; perfect accomplish; be broken off; bring to a close; bring to a conclusion; bring to an end; burn up; clear; come to an end; complete; conclude; consume; decide; draw to an end; drink; drink up; eat; eat up; elapse; empty; end; expire; finish; finish off; finish with; fix; fix it up; get done; get ready; get to the end of; go by; have ended; have finished; make empty; manage; pass; play out; pull it off; pull the trick; read to the end; remove what is inside; round off; stop; terminate; use up; wind up
parfaire better; complete; finish; improve; make better; perfect accomplish; bring to an end; bring to perfection; complete; end; finish; get done; get ready; improve; perfect; refine
perfectionner better; complete; correct; finish; get better; improve; make better; perfect; renew bring to perfection; commit murder; correct; ennoble; improve; kill; murder; perfect; put straight; rectify; refine; set right
rendre complet better; complete; finish; improve; make better; perfect complete; finnish
renouer better; correct; get better; improve; make better; renew restart; resume; start again
renouveler better; correct; get better; improve; make better; renew enliven; exchange; fix; fix up; freshen; freshen up; interchange; mend; put new life into; reappoint; redevelop; refresh; renew; renovate; repair; replace; restart; restore; resume; revitalise; revitalize; revive; start again; substitute; swap; trade
revitaliser better; correct; get better; improve; make better; renew fix up; put new life into; renew; renovate; restart; resume; revitalise; revitalize; start again
régénérer better; correct; get better; improve; make better; renew alter; amend; fix up; put new life into; regenerate; relive; renew; renovate; restart; resume; review; revise; revitalise; revitalize; start again; transform
rénover better; correct; get better; improve; make better; renew exchange; fix; fix up; innovate; interchange; mend; put new life into; reappoint; rebuild; reconstruct; redevelop; renew; renovate; repair; replace; restore; resume; revitalise; revitalize; substitute; swap; trade
supplémenter better; complete; finish; improve; make better; perfect supplement
- ameliorate; amend; break; improve; meliorate
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- best
AdverbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- best
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- superior
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
incomparable better; classy; superior exclusive; exquisite; incomparable; inimitable; isolated; matchless; on its own; once in a life time; one and only; peerless; separate; sole; special; the one and only; unequaled; unequalled; unheard; unique; unmatched; unparalleled; unprecedented; unrivaled; unrivalled; unsurpassed
meilleur better; enhanced; improved best of all; nicest; very best
mieux better; enhanced; improved
suprême better; classy; superior supreme; topmost; upper most; uppermost
supérieur better; classy; superior arrogant; contemptuous; contumelious; depreciatory; derisive; derogatory; disdainful; disparaging; eminent; excellent; exemplary; first-class; first-rate; haughty; high-and-mighty; high-handed; high-placed; high-quality; high-ranking; high-seated; highly placed; highranking; leading; perfect; presumptuous; prominent; proud; scornful; slighting; sneering; superb; supercilious; superior; tiptop; top; top-class; topmost; tops; upper; upper most; uppermost; venerable

Palabras relacionadas con "better":

  • betters, bettering, betterment

Sinónimos de "better":


Antónimos de "better":


Definiciones relacionadas de "better":

  1. (comparative and superlative of `well') wiser or more advantageous and hence advisable1
    • it would be better to speak to him1
  2. (comparative of `good') superior to another (of the same class or set or kind) in excellence or quality or desirability or suitability; more highly skilled than another1
    • You're a better man than I am, Gunga Din1
    • a better coat1
    • a better type of car1
    • a suit with a better fit1
    • a better chance of success1
    • produced a better mousetrap1
    • she's better in math than in history1
  3. (comparative of `good') changed for the better in health or fitness1
    • her health is better now1
    • I feel better1
  4. more than half1
    • argued for the better part of an hour1
  5. comparative of `well'; in a better or more excellent manner or more advantageously or attractively or to a greater degree etc.1
    • She had never sung better1
    • a deed better left undone1
    • better suited to the job1
  6. from a position of superiority or authority1
  7. something superior in quality or condition or effect1
    • a change for the better1
  8. the superior one of two alternatives1
    • chose the better of the two1
  9. a superior person having claim to precedence1
    • the common man has been kept in his place by his betters1
  10. someone who bets1
  11. get better1
  12. to make better1
  13. surpass in excellence1
    • She bettered her own record1

Wiktionary: better

better
comparative
  1. comparative form of the adverb well
  2. comparative of the adjectives good or well
better
verb
  1. rendre meilleur.
adjective
  1. comparatif de|bon|fr. Qui est d’un degré supérieur à bon, qui valoir plus que la personne ou la chose à laquelle on le comparer.
noun
  1. Ce qui est meilleur.

better forma de good:

good [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the good (item; article; object; )
    l'article; l'objet; la chose; le truc; la camelote; le produit
  2. the good
    – A tangible item for sale or use, often produced for later consumption. 2
    la marchandise

Translation Matrix for good:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
article article; gadget; good; item; matter; object; thing article; clause; essay; fragment; item; lecture; little bit; paper; particle; phrase; piece; post; project; publication; section; story
bien asset; assets; commodities; ownership; possession; property
bon coupon; gift coupon; gift token; gift voucher; token; voucher
camelote article; gadget; good; item; matter; object; thing dregs; dross; junk; offal; rabble; ragtag; refuse; riff-raff; scrap; scum; trash; vermin
chose article; gadget; good; item; matter; object; thing stuff
chouette church owl; dimwit; fathead; idiot; moth; nincompoop; ninny; nitwit; numskull
exemplaire copy; example; model; sample; specimen
expert authority; expert; inspector; sampler; specialist
marchandise good article; article of consumption; articles; business; commerce; commercial product; commodities; commodity; consumer article; goods; merchandise; produce; stuff; trade; trading item; ware; wares
objet article; gadget; good; item; matter; object; thing apparatus; appliance; device; machine; object
parfait ice; ice cream; ice creams; ice-creams
produit article; gadget; good; item; matter; object; thing creation; manufacture; masterpiece; masterwork; product; revenue
professionnel authority; expert; prof.; professional; specialist
sage philosopher; sage; thinker
truc article; gadget; good; item; matter; object; thing apparatus; appliance; device; dodge; gimmick; knack; lure; machine; magic trick; ruse; sleight of hand; stuff; trick
- commodity; goodness; trade good
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
professionnel able; capable; competent; considerate; efficient; fit; good; proficient; qualified; skilled professional; professional-looking
- adept; beneficial; dear; dependable; effective; estimable; expert; full; honest; honorable; honourable; in effect; in force; just; near; practiced; practised; proficient; respectable; right; ripe; safe; salutary; secure; serious; skilful; skillful; sound; undecomposed; unspoiled; unspoilt; upright; well
AdverbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- soundly; thoroughly; well
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
d'accord O.K.; allright; alright; done; it's a deal; you're on
- benefit; clever; welfare
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
agréable easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant agreeable; benevolent; comfortable; conciliatory; cosily; cosy; cozily; cozy; easily; easy; effortless; enjoyable; fine; genial; good-natured; gratifying; great; happy; joyful; kind; memorable; mild; nice; not difficult; not hard; pleasant; pleasing; pleasurable; simple; snug; snugly; welcome
agréablement easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant agreeable; benevolent; comfortable; conciliatory; cosily; cosy; cozily; cozy; enjoyable; fine; genial; good-natured; great; kind; mild; nice; pleasant; pleasing; pleasurable; snug; snugly
aimable easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant a kind manner; adorable; affectionate; agreeable; alluring; amiable; amicable; amicably; appealing; attractive; benevolent; calm; charming; collected; composed; congenial; cool; cordial; cute; dear; dinky; enchanting; endearing; engaging; enjoyable; entrancing; equanimous; fine; friendly; genial; good-natured; great; hearty; kind; kindly; likable; lovable; lovely; mild; most charming; nice; obliging; placid; pleasant; pretty; sweet; sweetest; sympathetic; warm; warm-hearted; winsome
aimablement easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant a kind manner; affectionate; agreeable; alluring; amicable; amicably; appealing; attractive; benevolent; charming; congenial; cordial; endearing; engaging; entrancing; fine; friendly; genial; good-natured; great; hearty; kind; kindly; likable; lovely; mild; nice; obliging; pleasant; sweet; sympathetic; warm; warm-hearted; winsome
amusant easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant agreeable; amusing; appealing; arch; comic; comical; congenial; cute; diverting; droll; endearing; engaging; enjoyable; entertaining; farcical; funny; hilarious; humorous; humourous; likable; mischievous; nice; pleasant; rascally; roguish; sympathetic; waggish; winsome
apte able; capable; competent; considerate; efficient; fit; good; proficient; qualified; skilled able; adroit; capable; capable for work; fit; physically capable; proficient; skilful; skilled; skillful; trained; valid
avec honnêteté good; honest; well-behaved well mannered
bien agree; correct; fine; good; honest; right; well-behaved appealing; appetising; appetizing; beautiful; by far; cleaned; cleansed; congenial; delicious; delightful; easily; endearing; engaging; exquisite; handsome; heavenly; highly; likable; nice; palatable; pretty; rather; scrumptious; sympathetic; tasty; tidied; very; very tasteful; winsome; yummy
bon able; agree; capable; competent; considerate; correct; efficient; fine; fit; good; proficient; qualified; right; skilled agreeable; appetising; appetizing; benevolent; delicious; delightful; effective; efficient; exquisite; fine; fit; genial; good-natured; great; heavenly; honest; honorable; honourable; just; kind; kind-hearted; mild; palatable; pleasant; proper; right-minded; righteous; scrumptious; sincere; suitable; tasty; true-hearted; upright; very tasteful; yummy
capable able; capable; competent; considerate; efficient; fit; good; proficient; qualified; skilled able; adroit; capable; proficient; skilful; skilled; skillful; trained
charmant easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant adorable; affable; alluring; amiable; appealing; appealing to the eye; attracting; attractive; beloved; benevolent; benign; bland; charming; cherished; congenial; cute; dainty; dear; desireable; elegant; enchanting; endearing; engaging; entrancing; friendly; good-natured; graceful; handsome; inviting; kind; likable; lovely; mild; nice; personable; petite; pretty; refined; slight; snap; sophisticated; stylish; sweet; taking; tempting; winsome
chouette easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant appealing; beautiful; congenial; cute; endearing; engaging; fabulous; fantastic; great; handsome; jolly good; likable; marvellous; marvelous; nice; pleasant; pretty; smashing; sympathetic; wild; winsome; wonderful
compétent able; capable; competent; considerate; efficient; fit; good; proficient; qualified; skilled able; adroit; authorised; authorized; capable; certified; competent; physically capable; proficient; qualified; skilful; skilled; skillful; trained
d'accord agree; correct; fine; good; right
de façon sympathique easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant agreeable; fine; genial; good-natured; great; pleasant
de manière amusante easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant cute
divertissant easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant agreeable; amusing; cute; diverting; enjoyable; entertaining; nice; pleasant
drôle easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant alien; amusing; appealing; arch; atypical; bizarre; clownish; comic; comical; congenial; curious; cute; different; droll; eccentric; endearing; engaging; exceptional; exotic; farcical; foreign; freak; funny; hilarious; humoristic; humorous; humourous; idiosyncratic; likable; mischievous; nice; noteworthy; odd; outlandish; peculiar; pleasant; queer; rascally; roguish; strange; sympathetic; unusual; waggish; winsome
en règle agree; correct; fine; good; right lawful; legitimate; on legitimate grounds; valid
engageant easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant affable; amiable; benign; bland; compelling; emotional; friendly; gripping; heart warming; moving; stirring; taking; thrilling; touching
exemplaire good; honest; well-behaved edifying; exemplary; model
expert able; capable; competent; considerate; efficient; fit; good; proficient; qualified; skilled experienced; seasoned
habile able; capable; competent; considerate; efficient; fit; good; proficient; qualified; skilled able; adroit; agile; astute; bright; brisk; capable; clever; crafty; dexterous; experienced; expert; fantastic; fast; fledged; handy; ingenious; intelligent; keen; marvellous; marvelous; neat; nimble; perky; physically capable; proficient; quick; rapid; resourceful; sagacious; sharp; shrewd; skilful; skilled; skillful; sly; smart; speedy; swift; terrific; trained; wily; wise
honnête good; honest; well-behaved agreeable; benevolent; blunt; chaste; crude; decent; explicit; fair; fine; frank; genial; genuine; good-natured; great; heartfelt; honest; honorable; honourable; just; kind; mild; neat; open; openly; outspoken; overt; plain; pleasant; proper; reliable; respectable; right; right-minded; righteous; serious; sincere; solid; sound; sporting; square; straight; straightforward; true; true-hearted; upright
intelligent able; capable; competent; efficient; good acute; astute; biting; brainy; bright; brilliant; canny; clever; crafty; ingenious; intelligent; keen; knowledgable; perky; resourceful; right-thinking; sagacious; sane; sensible; sharp; sharp-minded; sharpwitted; shrewd; skilful; skillful; sly; smart; wily; wise
intègre good; honest; well-behaved blunt; chaste; crude; explicit; fair; frank; genuine; heartfelt; honest; honorable; honourable; immaculate; impeccable; incorruptible; just; open; openly; outspoken; overt; plain; right-minded; righteous; serious; sincere; spotless; square; straight; straightforward; true; true-hearted; undiscussed; unspoiled; untainted; upright
marrant easy going; good; lovely; nice; pleasant amusing; appealing; comic; comical; congenial; cute; droll; endearing; engaging; farcical; funny; hilarious; humoristic; humorous; humourous; likable; nice; pleasant; sympathetic; waggish; winsome
parfait agree; correct; fine; good; right actually; certainly; choice; consummate; definitely; excellent; factually; first-class; first-rate; flawless; genuinely; grand; grandiose; great; ideal; indeed; natty; perfect; posh; proficient; really; slick; smart; spick and span; sublime; superb; surely; swell

Palabras relacionadas con "good":


Sinónimos de "good":


Antónimos de "good":


Definiciones relacionadas de "good":

  1. promoting or enhancing well-being1
    • the experience was good for her1
  2. having the normally expected amount1
    • gives good measure1
    • a good mile from here1
  3. with or in a close or intimate relationship1
    • a good friend1
  4. thorough1
    • had a good workout1
    • gave the house a good cleaning1
  5. generally admired1
    • good taste1
  6. exerting force or influence1
    • a warranty good for two years1
  7. resulting favorably1
    • it's a good thing that I wasn't there1
    • it is good that you stayed1
  8. not left to spoil1
    • the meat is still good1
  9. not forged1
    • a good dollar bill1
  10. having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified1
    • good news from the hospital1
    • a good report card1
    • when she was good she was very very good1
    • a good knife is one good for cutting1
    • this stump will make a good picnic table1
    • a good check1
    • a good joke1
    • a good exterior paint1
    • a good secretary1
    • a good dress for the office1
  11. morally admirable1
  12. tending to promote physical well-being; beneficial to health1
    • a good night's sleep1
  13. in excellent physical condition1
    • good teeth1
    • I still have one good leg1
  14. appealing to the mind1
    • good music1
  15. agreeable or pleasing1
    • we all had a good time1
    • good manners1
  16. most suitable or right for a particular purpose1
    • a good time to plant tomatoes1
  17. capable of pleasing1
    • good looks1
  18. deserving of esteem and respect1
    • ruined the family's good name1
  19. of moral excellence1
    • a genuinely good person1
  20. having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude1
    • a good mechanic1
  21. financially sound1
    • a good investment1
  22. (often used as a combining form) in a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard (`good' is a nonstandard dialectal variant for `well')1
    • the baby can walk pretty good1
  23. completely and absolutely (`good' is sometimes used informally for `thoroughly')1
    • we beat him good1
  24. articles of commerce1
  25. moral excellence or admirableness1
    • there is much good to be found in people1
  26. that which is pleasing or valuable or useful1
    • weigh the good against the bad1
    • among the highest goods of all are happiness and self-realization1
  27. benefit1
    • for your own good1
    • what's the good of worrying?1
  28. A tangible item for sale or use, often produced for later consumption.2

Wiktionary: good

good
noun
  1. item of merchandise
  2. the forces of good
adjective
  1. beneficial; worthwhile
  2. -
  3. favourable
  4. of people, competent or talented
  5. pleasant; enjoyable
  6. healthful
  7. of food, having a particularly pleasant taste
  8. useful for a particular purpose (it’s a good watch)
  9. acting in the interest of good; ethical good intentions
good
adjective
  1. Qui mériter d’aimer.
  2. À trier
  3. Féminin singulier de bon.
  4. courageux ; vaillant
  5. Qui a de la force.
  6. Sage, tranquille
  7. Qui est prudent, circonspect, judicieux; qui a un sentiment juste des choses. (Sens général).
  8. Qui a de la vaillance, qui est courageux.
noun
  1. Opposé du mal
  2. Possession en argent, en immeuble, ou autrement
  3. Désigne ce qui est bon.
  4. Ce qui importe aux personnes concernées

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
good bien goed — iets concreets of abstracts dat men in bezit kan hebben
good bonne; bon goed — kwaliteit bezittend
good bien Gutökonomisch: etwas von Wert, auch als Mittel der Bedürfnisbefriedigung
good bonne; action; agréable; à; Dieu Mitzwajüdische Religion: gute, auf Gottes Wohlgefallen gerichtete Tat
good brave; gentil brav — lieb, gut, gehorsam (z.B. Ehemann, Kind, Hund)
good gentil brav — ehrlich, rechtschaffen, verlässlich, aufrichtig
good fin; délicat feinphysisch: dünn, zart, feinkörnig
good bien; habillé; habillée toffumgangssprachlich: gut (gekleidet)
good de; en; bonne; santé; forme; être; accort zwägschweizerisch: bei (guter) Gesundheit; in guter körperlicher Verfassung

well:

well [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the well
    la source; la fontaine

Translation Matrix for well:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
fontaine well fountain; jet
or gold
source well ancestry; birth; data source; descent; origin; parentage; provenance; river source; roots; source; source of information; source of inspiration; source provider; spring; water spring
- fountainhead; wellspring
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- swell
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- good
AdverbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- advantageously; comfortably; considerably; easily; good; intimately; substantially
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
si if; in case; or; provided that; when; whether
- gush; light-court; spring
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
abondant flourishing; healthy; in good health; prosperous; rich; thriving; wealthy; well; well-of abundant; ample; amply; comprehensive; copious; detailed; elaborate; extensive; lavish; moneyed; monied; opulent; plentifull; rich; wealthy; well-of; wide; widespread
aisé fighting fit; flourishing; healthy; in good health; prosperous; rich; rosy cheeked; rosy cheeked & bushy tailed; thriving; wealthy; well; well-of bold; candid; easily; easy; effortless; frank; free; freely; moneyed; not difficult; not hard; practical; prosperous; simple; unabashed; uninhibited; wealthy; well-off; well-to-do
bien portant fighting fit; flourishing; healthy; in good health; prosperous; rich; rosy cheeked; rosy cheeked & bushy tailed; thriving; wealthy; well; well-of
eh bien indeed; well
en bonne condition fighting fit; fit; flourishing; healthy; in good health; prosperous; rich; rosy cheeked; rosy cheeked & bushy tailed; thriving; wealthy; well; well-of
en bonne santé fighting fit; fit; flourishing; healthy; in good health; prosperous; rich; rosy cheeked; rosy cheeked & bushy tailed; thriving; wealthy; well; well-of
en forme fighting fit; fit; flourishing; healthy; in good health; prosperous; rich; rosy cheeked; rosy cheeked & bushy tailed; thriving; wealthy; well; well-of
entraîné fit; healthy; in good health; thriving; well able; adroit; capable; experienced; proficient; skilful; skilled; skillful; trained
florissant fighting fit; fit; flourishing; healthy; in good health; prosperous; rich; rosy cheeked; rosy cheeked & bushy tailed; thriving; wealthy; well; well-of auspicious; blooming; booming; colored; colorful; coloured; colourful; flourishing; fortunate; healthy; high-coloured; moneyed; monied; propitious; prospering; prosperous; successful; wealthy; well-of
fortuné fighting fit; flourishing; healthy; in good health; prosperous; rich; rosy cheeked; rosy cheeked & bushy tailed; thriving; wealthy; well; well-of moneyed; monied; prosperous; wealthy; well-of; well-off; well-to-do
mais si indeed; well actual; actually; certainly; certainly yes; definitely; in truth; indeed; it's true; positively; real; really; to be sure; truly; verily; yes indeed
nanti fighting fit; flourishing; healthy; in good health; prosperous; rich; rosy cheeked; rosy cheeked & bushy tailed; thriving; wealthy; well; well-of
or well
prospère fighting fit; flourishing; healthy; in good health; prosperous; rich; rosy cheeked; rosy cheeked & bushy tailed; thriving; wealthy; well; well-of auspicious; beneficial; blooming; exultant; flourishing; fortunate; healthy; in triumph; moneyed; monied; propitious; prospering; prosperous; salutary; successful; triumphal; triumphant; triumphantly; victorious; wealthy; well-of
sain fighting fit; fit; healthy; in good health; rosy cheeked; rosy cheeked & bushy tailed; thriving; well in perfect health; perfectly healthy
si indeed; well actual; actually; certainly; definitely; if; in truth; it's true; real; really; such; to be sure; truly; verily; when; yes indeed

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Definiciones relacionadas de "well":

  1. wise or advantageous and hence advisable1
    • it would be well to start early1
  2. resulting favorably1
    • it is well that no one saw you1
    • all's well that ends well1
  3. in good health especially after having suffered illness or injury1
    • appears to be entirely well1
    • the wound is nearly well1
    • a well man1
    • I think I'm well; at least I feel well1
  4. (often used as a combining form) in a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard (`good' is a nonstandard dialectal variant for `well')1
    • the children behaved well1
    • a task well done1
    • the party went well1
    • he slept well1
    • a well-argued thesis1
    • a well-seasoned dish1
    • a well-planned party1
  5. without unusual distress or resentment; with good humor1
    • took the joke well1
    • took the tragic news well1
  6. indicating high probability; in all likelihood1
    • I might well do it1
    • you may well need your umbrella1
    • he could equally well be trying to deceive us1
  7. thoroughly or completely; fully; often used as a combining form1
    • The problem is well understood1
    • she was well informed1
    • shake well before using1
    • in order to avoid food poisoning be sure the meat is well cooked1
    • well-done beef1
    • well-satisfied customers1
    • well-educated1
  8. favorably; with approval1
    • their neighbors spoke well of them1
    • he thought well of the book1
  9. to a suitable or appropriate extent or degree1
    • the project was well underway1
    • the fetus has well developed organs1
    • his father was well pleased with his grades1
  10. in financial comfort1
    • They live well1
  11. in a manner affording benefit or advantage1
    • she married well1
  12. to a great extent or degree1
    • I'm afraid the film was well over budget1
  13. with skill or in a pleasing manner1
    • she dances well1
    • he writes well1
  14. with prudence or propriety1
    • You would do well to say nothing more1
    • could not well refuse1
  15. with great or especially intimate knowledge1
    • we knew them well1
  16. (used for emphasis or as an intensifier) entirely or fully1
    • a book well worth reading1
    • was well aware of the difficulties ahead1
    • suspected only too well what might be going on1
  17. a deep hole or shaft dug or drilled to obtain water or oil or gas or brine1
  18. an enclosed compartment in a ship or plane for holding something as e.g. fish or a plane's landing gear or for protecting something as e.g. a ship's pumps1
  19. an open shaft through the floors of a building (as for a stairway)1
  20. a cavity or vessel used to contain liquid1
  21. an abundant source1
    • she was a well of information1
  22. come up, as of a liquid1
    • Tears well in her eyes1
    • the currents well up1

Wiktionary: well

well
adverb
  1. accurately; competently
  2. to a significant degree
  3. (qualifier) very
interjection
  1. used to introduce a statement that may be contrary to expectations
  2. to acknowledge a statement or situation
  3. exclamation of surprise
  4. used in conversation to fill space
noun
  1. hole sunk into the ground
  2. spring
well
  1. En ce temps-là
  2. Marque un certain degré de perfection et d’utilité.
  3. -
noun
  1. Translations
  2. Trou pour tirer de l'eau
adjective
  1. Qui est de bonne constitution, qui n’a pas de tares en son organisme. Qui n’est pas altéré, qui est en bon état.
verb
  1. Se dégager par particules impondérables d’un corps dont la substance n’en est ni diminuer, ni altérer sensiblement.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
well bien goed — op goede wijze
well en pleine forme fit — in goede lichamelijke conditie
well puits waterput — put waaruit men water haalt
well puits Brunnen — Tiefbauwerk zur Gewinnung von Grundwasser oder Uferfiltrat, manchmal, vor allem früher, auch Bauwerke zur Gewinnung von Quellwasser
well puits SchachtBergbau: vertikaler Grubenbau zu einem Stollen
well cage SchachtBauwerk: hohler, meist senkrechter Raum
well spécialement; particulièrement; beaucoup; surtout; complètement; entièrement; tout à fait; très andersNamibia, Südwesterdeutsch (adverbialer Gebrauch) besonders, außergewöhnlich; ganz, sehr
well bien wohlveraltend: gut
well mâcher; croquet zerkauen — (transitiv): insbesondere Nahrung durch Kauen vor dem Hinunterschlucken gut zerkleinern

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