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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-beingˌwell-ˈbeing ●○○ noun [uncountable]  1 HEALTHYCOMFORTABLEa feeling of being comfortable, healthy, and happywell-being of We are responsible for the care and well-being of all our patients.a sense/feeling of well-being A good meal promotes a feeling of well-being.physical/psychological/material etc well-being the physical and emotional well-being of the children2 the well-being of a country is the state in which it is strong and doing well We are now concerned for the economic well-being of the country.
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well-beingMany a moment of safety and well-being I owe to convention.It is then that we have a sense of wonder and extreme well-being.Over the past 30 years Western living standards have increased dramatically, yet the sense of well-being has plummeted.Equality in access to Montana elk is not basic to the maintenance or well-being of the Union.Moving towards him, hand outstretched, she gave off an aura of vigor and physical well-being.In principle, well-being is a contestable good.The high cost of private housing in a contracting market is a crucial factor in considering the consequences for student well-being.well-being ofWe hope to improve the health and well-being of poor children.economic well-beingThe net impact of the cuts, they conclude, has been to widen disparities in economic well-being.Those attacks are clearly designed to undermine business confidence and the economic well-being of both communities.The key question is: what impact would Labour policies have on unemployment and the economic well-being of the country?The ability to compete successfully at home and abroad is crucial to the economic well-being of all of us.
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