A1 in a good way, to a high or satisfactory standard很好地，令人满意地
I think she coped very well under the circumstances.
Your painting has come out really well.
The tyres on my car don't cope very well on wet roads.
We're getting on quite well with the decorating.
My golf was terrible today - I just didn't strike the ball well.
A2 very much, to a great degree, or completely非常；充分地；完全地
C1 used to emphasize some prepositions（用于强调某些介词）
B2 used to emphasize some adjectives（用于强调某些形容词）
UK slang very非常
She's well aware of her strengths and weaknesses as an artist.
The scheme was well thought out.
The instructions on the fireworks said "Light the blue touchpaper, and stand well clear."
Tickets are selling well for the group's upcoming concert tour.
She managed to complete her last film well within budget.
B2 with good reason有理由地；理由充分地
This might well be our last chance to see each other before Christmas.
You might well wonder what happened to all the food we prepared.
It's just as well you brought an umbrella. It's going to rain.
You can't very well take it back to the shop now that you've worn it.
You'd be as well to confirm the bookings before you arrive.
A1 in addition (to)除…之外还；也；和
He went down in my estimation when he started trying to be a singer as well as an actor.
The museum has many works by Picasso as well as other modern painters.
He rang James, who was a good friend as well as the family doctor.
As well as writing the script, he directed the film.
It's not all my fault, Simon was there as well.
A1 healthy; not ill健康的
He didn't feel very well after getting off the bike.
I'm very well thank you.
She wasn't feeling well, so I don't think she gave of her best tonight.
She wasn't feeling well, so she went home early.
I'm not well. I'd better not go out.
A1 used to introduce something you are going to say, often to show surprise, doubt, slight disagreement, or anger, or to continue a story（用于引出要说的话题，常用来表示惊讶、怀疑、不太同意或生气，也用来继续讲故事）啊，哎呀，哟，那么，好吧
Well now, what are we doing about that?
Oh well, never mind.
Well, well. Who'd have thought things would turn out like this.
Well? How did your exam go?
Well really! How rude!
a deep hole in the ground from which you can get water, oil, or gas水井；油井；气井
By this time all the wells had run dry.
Sinking more wells is the best way of supplying the population with clean drinking water.
Flames spouted out from the oil wells.
The well ran dry.
The cottage has a well in the front garden.
(of liquid) to appear on the surface of something or come slowly out from somewhere（液体）涌出，溢出
short form of we will（we will 的缩略形式）
We'll be there by midday.
We'll always support him.
I think we'll have a break now.
We'll never finish this job!
I wonder if we'll see him again.