everything went well meaning, everything went well definition | English Cobuild dictionary



1       pron   You use everything to refer to all the objects, actions, activities, or facts in a particular situation.  
oft PRON else     (Antonym: nothing)    He'd gone to Seattle long after everything else in his life had changed..., Early in the morning, hikers pack everything that they will need for the day's hike...     
2       pron   You use everything to refer to all possible or likely actions, activities, or situations.  
`This should have been decided long before now.'<emdash10001`We can't think of everything.'..., Noel and I do everything together..., Are you doing everything possible to reduce your budget?     
3       pron   You use everything to refer to a whole situation or to life in general.  
She says everything is going smoothly..., Is everything all right?..., Everything's going to be just fine.     
4       pron   If you say that someone or something is everything, you mean you consider them to be the most important thing in your life, or the most important thing that there is.  
oft PRON to n     (Antonym: nothing)    I love him. He is everything to me..., Money isn't everything.     
5       pron   If you say that someone or something has everything, you mean they have all the things or qualities that most people consider to be desirable.  
She has everything: beauty, talent, children...     
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adv. adj.
looking good; having a look that was obviously well taken care of.
e.g a very well put together woman (adj.) You look well put together (adj.)
have everything together; have all things settled/organized
E.g.: Just when I had got all my ducks in a row and I was ready to go, I received a call and had to cancel my trip.
expression used when nothing is going well
a single place where you can find everything you need, usually found in different places
go to the extreme; do everything that could be done; exhaust all possibilities and resources
casser la baraque à quelqu'un
someone looking very well in the outfit he/she is wearing
[Slang] E.g.: You are a shape in a drape in this dress
get well with someone from the very beginning of the relationship
used when referring to romantic relationship, but also in a larger meaning: He hit it off with his teacher; he will continue taking classes with her.
çà va mal
çà va bien
bien se tirer de
bien faire et laisser dire
work and operations made in drilling for maintaining petroleum or Gas wells effective
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