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remets-toi vite!

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
aller bien
bien s'entendre avec quelqu'un
reviens vite !
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      n   puits    m  
   (=successfully, to a high standard)   bien  
→ She speaks French well.        
→ All the batsmen played well.        
You did that really well.      Tu as très bien fait ça.  
to do well      bien s'en sortir  
→ She did very well in her exams.        
→ He did very well, didn't he?        
→ The business is doing well this year.        
She's doing really well at school.      Elle s'en sort vraiment bien à l'école.  
He did as well as he could.      Il a fait du mieux qu'il pouvait.  
to pay well      [job]   bien payer  
→ This new career doesn't pay nearly as well as the old one        
well done!      bravo!  
→ "Daddy! I came second in history" -- "Well done!"        
   (=thoroughly, completely)   bien  
Mix all the ingredients well.      Mélangez bien tous les ingrédients.  
Wash your hands well with soap.      Lavez-vous bien les mains, avec du savon.  
How well do you remember your mother, Franzi?      Tu te souviens bien de ta mère, Franzi?  
to know sb well      bien connaître qn  
→ I don't really know her very well.        
How well do you know him?      Vous le connaissez bien?  
well done      [meat]   bien cuit (e)     
Do you prefer your steak rare, medium or well done?      Vous préférez votre steak saignant, à point ou bien cuit?  
to think well of sb      penser beaucoup de bien de qn  
to speak well of sb      dire du bien de qn  
   as well      (=in addition)   aussi, également  
→ He needs to improve his reading, and his writing as well.        
We worked hard, but we had some fun as well.      Nous avons travaillé dur, mais nous nous sommes bien amusés aussi.  
as well as      ainsi que  
→ It is in his best interests as well as yours.        
→ She published fiction as well as historical studies.        
→ He likes folk music as well as rock.        
→ Jim Morrison was a poet as well as a singer.        
We went to Chartres as well as Paris.      Nous sommes allés à Paris ainsi qu'à Chartres.  
It has symbolic as well as economic significance.      Cela a une signification à la fois symbolique et économique.  
     (as intensifier)    to be well worth doing      valoir vraiment la peine d'être fait  
The film is well worth seeing.      Le film vaut vraiment la peine d'être vu.  
well before sth      bien avant qch  
→ I woke well before dawn.        
well after sth      bien après qch  
→ He came home well after midnight.        
to be well aware of sth      être bien conscient (e)   de qch  
→ Her friends are well aware of what she has suffered.        
   sb might as well do sth, sb may as well do sth      qn ferait aussi bien de faire qch  
→ Anyway, you're here; you might as well stay.        
You might as well tell me.      Tu ferais aussi bien de me le dire.  
   sb would do well to do sth      qn ferait bien de faire qch  
→ The President would do well to remember that he wouldn't have made it without the support of Black voters.        
   sb may well do sth, sb could well do sth      (=it's quite likely)   qn pourrait bien faire qch  
→ The murderer may well come from that area.        
→ Ours could well be the last generation for whom movie going has a sense of magic.        
You may well be right.      Vous pourriez bien avoir raison.  
   it's just as well      c'est aussi bien  
It was just as well she wasn't there.      C'était aussi bien qu'elle ne soit pas là.  
   well and truly      bel et bien  
→ We were well and truly beaten.        
The war is well and truly over.      La guerre est bel et bien finie.  
   well and good, all well and good, This is all well and good, but ...      Tout cela est bien beau mais ...  
If they arrive before I leave, well and good.      S'ils arrivent avant que je parte, très bien.  
to be well      aller bien  
→ He's not very well.        
→ Are you well?        
I'm not very well at the moment.      Je ne vais pas très bien en ce moment.  
to feel well      se sentir bien  
I don't feel well      je ne me sens pas bien  
get well soon!      remets-toi vite!  
     (introducing comment, new subject)    bon  
→ Well, let's get some breakfast.        
Well, as I was saying ...      Bon, comme je le disais ...  
     (correcting yourself)    enfin  
→ There was a note. Well, not really a note.        
It's enormous! Well, quite big anyway.      C'est énorme! Enfin, c'est assez grand.  
     (expressing polite doubt, criticism)    eh bien  
→ Well, I thought she was a bit unfair.        
→ Well, maybe it would be easier to start with a smaller problem.        
     (expressing surprise, anger)    eh bien  
→ Well! I don't know what to say to that.        
   oh well        (expressing resignation)    bon  
→ Oh well, never mind, I didn't really want to go anyway.        
→ Oh well, it could be worse.        
   [tears]   monter (aux yeux)  
Tears welled in her eyes.      Les larmes lui montaient aux yeux.  
   [emotion]   envahir  
→ Love for him welled inside her.        
Gratitude welled in her.      La gratitude l'envahissait.  

get-well card  
      n   carte    f   de vœux de bon rétablissement  
oil well  
      n   puits    m   de pétrole  
well up  
   [tears]   monter (aux yeux)
Happiness welled up inside me.      Le bonheur m'envahit.  
well-adjusted   , well adjusted  
équilibré (e)     
→ ... a happy, loving and well adjusted family.        
well advised   , well-advised  
[action, decision]  
sb would be well advised to do sth      qn serait bien avisé (e)   de faire qch  
→ Moderates believe the party would be well advised to talk to the government.        
[house, room]  
bien aménagé (e)     
→ Guest rooms are commodious and well-appointed.        
      adj   bien assorti (e)     
[meeting, lecture, show, play]  
qui attire beaucoup de monde  
to be well-attended      attirer beaucoup de monde  
well-balanced   , well balanced  
   [person]   (=stable)   équilibré (e)     
→ ... a fun-loving, well-balanced individual.        
   [diet]   équilibré (e)     
a well balanced diet      une alimentation équilibrée  
[child, animal]  
→ well-behaved little boys        
to be well-behaved      [soldiers, football fans]   bien se comporter  
→ The troops have been remarkably well-behaved so far.        
well-being   , wellbeing  
      n   bien-être    m     
a sense of wellbeing      une sensation de bien-être  
→ Singing can create a sense of wellbeing.        
→ His work emphasised the emotional as well as the physical well-being of children.        
      adj   bien né (e)     
      adj   (=courteous)   bien élevé (e)     
(=of good family)  
de bonne famille  
well-brought-up   , well brought up  
      adj   bien élevé (e)     
→ He's just a well-brought-up, middle-class boy.        
   [house]   bien construit (e)  
   [person]   bien bâti (e)     
→ He is well-built, with short dark hair.        
pertinent (e)     
choisi (e)     
in well-chosen words      en termes choisis  
well-connected   , well connected  
      adj   bien introduit (e)     
   [food, meal]   bien cuisiné (e)  
   (=not rare)  
bien cuit (e)     
   (=clearly visible)  
[colours, outline]  
bien défini (e)     
net (te)  
   (=precisely defined)  
[problem, structure, distinction]  
bien défini (e)     
→ Can you look back and see a well-defined path, or simply an aimless series of job moves with no coherent structure? ...        
→ Today's pawnbrokers operate within well-defined financial regulations.        
      adj   mérité (e)     
→ The group are enjoying well-deserved success.        
      adj   bien conçu (e)     
well disposed   , well-disposed  
to be well-disposed to sth      voir qch d'un bon œil  
→ They are likely to be well disposed to an offer of a separate peace deal.        
→ Our kids are very well disposed to what we're doing.        
to be well-disposed towards sb      être bien disposé (e)   envers qn  
→ He felt well disposed towards her.        
      adj   bien habillé (e)     
bien mérité (e)     
      adj   cultivé (e)     
→ Many of the immigrants are well-educated.        
      adj   bien équipé (e)     
well-established   , well established  
[tradition, custom]  
bien établi (e)     
→ The University has a well-established tradition of welcoming postgraduate students from overseas.        
[company, organization]   bien établi (e)     
      adj   bien nourri (e)     
→ ... his well-fed children.        
well-founded   , well founded  
[suspicion, criticism]  
fondé (e)     
→ If the reports are well founded, the incident could seriously aggravate relations between the two nations ...        
→ We must respond to well-founded criticism with a willingness to change.        
well groomed   , well-groomed  
soigné (e)   (de sa personne)  
→ ... a very well groomed man ...        
[appearance]   soigné (e)     
→ a well-groomed appearance        
[hair]   bien coiffé (e)     
well-heeled   *  
      adj   nanti (e)     
bien membré  
      adj   (=having knowledge of sth)   informé (e)     
→ They become as well-informed as possible on the issues involved.        
→ She explained it in terms which any reasonably well-informed person could understand.        
[person, act]  
bien intentionné (e)     
→ He is well-intentioned but a poor administrator.        
→ ... rules that, however well-intentioned, are often hopelessly impractical.        
[remark, criticism]  
judicieux (-euse)     
[shot, throw]  
bien ajusté (e)     
well-kept   , well kept  
[house, garden, hair]  
bien entretenu (e)     
[hands, nails]  
soigné (e)  
   (=closely guarded)  
bien gardé (e)     
→ It was such a well-kept secret, not even his wife knew.        
well-known   , well known  
connu (e)     
→ a collection of recipes from more than 40 well-known names        
→ He became a well-known figure in the US in the 1950s.        
[brand, product]   connu (e)     
→ pirated versions of well-known brands        
a well-known film star      une vedette de cinéma connue  
She was a very well-known author.      C'était une auteure très connue.  
to be well-known for sth      être bien connu (e)   pour qch  
   [fact, phenomenon]   bien connu (e)     
it is a well known fact that ...      c'est un fait bien connu que ...  
→ It is a well known fact that people always buy presents for the person they wish you were rather than the person you are.        
→ These findings could help explain a well-known phenomenon, that ...        
it is well-known that ...      il est bien connu que ...  
→ It is well known that bamboo shoots are a panda's staple diet.        
apprécié (e)     
→ He was quiet, well-liked and did well at school        
      adj   très aimé (e)     
      adj   bien fait (e)     
      adj   bien élevé (e)     
[person, remark, action]  
bien intentionné (e)     
      adj   bien intentionné (e)     
→ Any decision taken by them now, however well meant, could complicate the peace process.        
→ ... a well-meant experiment gone wrong.        
      adv   pratiquement  
well-nigh impossible      pratiquement impossible  
→ It's extremely difficult, well-nigh impossible to choose between them.        
      adj   (=rich)   aisé (e)     
to be well-off      être aisé (e)     
[system, organization]  
bien huilé (e)     
→ Just as important, it has a well-oiled organization.        
a well-oiled publicity machine      une machine publicitaire bien huilée  
well-paid   , well paid  
bien payé (e)     
→ The staff were well paid.        
→ well-paid chief executives        
[job]   bien payé (e)     
→ I had a well-paid job.        
→ The job is well paid.        
   [person]   bien conservé (e)     
→ Annie is a well-preserved 50-year-old.        
   [building, fossil, monument]   bien conservé (e)     
→ Although many of the stones have fallen out, the monument remains very well preserved.        
      adj   cultivé (e)     
[personality, person]  
complet (-ète)     
→ He is a highly intelligent and well-rounded man.        
→ what it takes to be a well-rounded human being        
a well-rounded person      une personne complète  
   (=convincingly drawn)  
[fictional character]  
bien campé (e)     
→ a narrative full of believable, well-rounded characters.        
   [person]   qui parle bien
   [words]   bien senti (e)     
well-spoken words      des paroles bien senties  
[shop, fridge]  
bien approvisionné (e)     
[book, magazine]  
écorné (e)   par l'usage  
[remark, entrance, tackle, pass, run]  
fait au moment opportun  
      adj   aisé (e)     
well-travelled   ,   (British)   well-traveled     (US)  

to be well-travelled      avoir voyagé  
→ Kids are so much more well-travelled, confident, and worldly wise these day        
→ the most sophisticated and well travelled of their country's citizens        
→ a sales oriented role for dynamic, well-travelled, ambitious individuals        
well-tried   , well tried  
[treatment, remedy, method]  
(=tried and tested)  
[tactic, remedies]  
éprouvé (e)     
→ There are a number of well-tried remedies which are perfectly safe to take ...        
→ It's a well-tried tactic to play down public expectations in advance of a superpower summit.        
   (=much used)  
[path, track]  
souvent emprunté (e)     
→ He made his way along a well-trodden path towards the shed.        
   a well-trodden path to sth      (=popular method)   un moyen souvent utilisé pour qch  
well versed   , well-versed  
to be well versed in sth      être très versé (e)   en qch  
→ Page is well versed in many styles of jazz.        
      n   supporter    mf  , supporteur (-trice)      m/f     
→ Scores of well-wishers had gathered.        
letters from well-wishers      des lettres de soutien  
well-woman clinic  
      n     (British)   centre prophylactique et thérapeutique pour femmes   centre prophylactique et thérapeutique pour femmes  
[carpet, clothes]  
usagé (e)     
→ well-worn brown shoes        
   [phrase, expression]   éculé (e)     
→ To use a well-worn cliche, it is packed with information.        
      adj   bien écrit (e)  
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"get well soon!": examples and translations in context
film profile] by Cédric Jimenez, Get Well Soon [+see also: fiche film] de Cédric Jimenez, Bon rétablissement ! [+lire aussi :
If you're sick, I hope you get well soon. Si vous êtes malade, je vous souhaite un bon rétablissement.
Get Well Soon or Eat Your Bones? Bon rétablissement ! ou Mange tes morts ?
They call you the Red Baron of military history... and want you to get well soon. -Ils t'appellent le baron touge de l'histoire militaire... -Et te souhaitent un bon rétablissement.
Get Well Soon by Jean Becker Bon rétablissement ! de Jean Becker
And one of them "get well soon" cards too. Avec une carte de prompt rétablissement.
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