very well

This page is about the idiom very well.

Meaning: You can say "very well" when you agree to do something.

For example:

  • Frank: "Could you come to the dentist with me?" Earnest: "Oh, very well. If you really want me to go with you, I'll go."

  • After I'd asked my sister to help out, she said, "Very well, I'll cook for your dinner party, but you'll owe me one after this."

Quick Quiz:

I asked Mike to make me a cup of coffee and he said, "Oh, very well." This means he

a. makes very good coffee

b. made the coffee for me

c. didn't make any coffee

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Contributor: Matt Errey