- n. 福利；幸福；鞭痕
- vt. 在…上抽打出条状鞭痕
- weal (n.1)
- "well-being," Old English wela "wealth," in late Old English also "welfare, well-being," from West Germanic *welon-, from PIE root *wel- (2) "to wish, will" (see will (v.)). Related to well (adv.).
- weal (n.2)
- "raised mark on skin," 1821, alteration of wale (q.v.).
- 1. The press is a guardian of the public weal.
- 2. They maintain the closest relations with the masses and share their weal and woe.
- 3. He was faithful to me in weal and woe.
- 4. A man is weal or woe as he thinks himself so.
- 5. We treat each other with all sincerity , and share weal and woe.
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