Definition of 'well-behaved'
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There would have been room for lots of well-behaved animals on the lower floor. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Is the animal well-behaved in the stable? Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)A well-behaved adult dog is actually far cleaner. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The English refuse to let well-behaved dogs go anywhere. Times, Sunday Times (2007)My parents' three dogs are well-behaved and very friendly too. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'well-behaved'
British English: well-behaved /ˈwɛlˈbɪˈheɪvd/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone, especially a child, as well-behaved, you mean that they behave in a way that adults generally like and think is correct.
...well-behaved little boys.
- American English: well-behaved
- Arabic: حَسَنُ السُّلُوك
- Brazilian Portuguese: bem-comportado
- Chinese: 行为端正的
- Croatian: pristojan
- Czech: dobře vychovaný
- Danish: velopdragen
- Dutch: welgemanierd
- European Spanish: de buena conducta
- Finnish: hyvin käyttäytyvä
- French: sage enfant
- German: wohlerzogen
- Greek: κόσμιος
- Italian: educato
- Japanese: 行儀のよい
- Korean: 행실이 바른
- Norwegian: veloppdragen
- Polish: grzeczny
- European Portuguese: bem-comportado
- Romanian: binecrescut
- Russian: благонравный
- Spanish: de buena conducta
- Swedish: väluppfostrad
- Thai: ที่มีความประพฤติเรียบร้อย
- Turkish: uslu
- Ukrainian: вихований
- Vietnamese: có hạnh kiểm tốt
Definition of well-behaved from the Collins English Dictionary
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