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All's Well that Ends Well

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishAll's Well that Ends WellˌAll's ˌWell that ˈEnds ˌWell 🔊 🔊 an expression which some people use to say that a difficult situation has ended with a good result. It is the title of a humorous play (written between 1601 and 1608) by William Shakespeare about the relationship between the two main characters, Helena and Bertram.all’s well that ends wellall’s well that ends wellSATISFIEDused to say that a difficult situation has ended with a good result. It is the title of a humorous play by William Shakespeare about the relationship between the two main characters, Helena and Bertram. well
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