Phrasal-Adverbs – Letter W

–  Phrasal-Adverbs – Letter W  –

(to be) (Very) Well-Liked – See:  Phrasal Adverbs – Letter “L”, for “Liked”

(to NOT be) (Very) Well-Liked – See:  Phrasal Adverbs – Letter “L”, for “Liked”

(to cook something) Well-Done – This is a phrasal adjective which also acts as an adverbial phrase that is used to describe the way a piece of meat is cooked or how someone would like it to be cooked.  If it is well-done then there is absolutely no red (uncooked) part in the middle but it is cooked all the way through…  “Many chefs get upset when a person orders a high-quality piece of beef and orders it well-done because they think it is a waste of the meat.  But if that’s the way the customer wants it, then they should cook it that way without complaining about it.”


–  ( Phrasal-AdverbsLetter W )  –

What's On Your Mind

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: