English version

might well

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmight wellmight wellused to say that there is a good reason for a reaction, question, or feeling ‘What do they hope to achieve?’ ‘You might well ask.’ a system of which we in Britain might well be envious This caused a few gasps, as well it might. might
Examples from the Corpus
might well askOne might well ask how important the element of criminal damage is to the rationale of the aggravated offence.What, a classical music novice might well ask, is the Watts thing all about?A stranger from another planet might well ask of whom they were speaking; and where his wisdom lay.You might well ask the moon.We might well ask what such physical symptoms are doing in a manual of mental illness.How, our cynic might well ask, would this differ from the present position?