Definition of 'well-being'
Example sentences containing 'well-being'
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Work and well-being are now your themes. The Sun (2011)This sense of inner well-being influences our health and the way we perceive ourselves. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Your sense of well-being and vitality will therefore depend partly on the time of day. MAKING HAPPY PEOPLE (2005)Knowing you are following good advice should improve both your physical and emotional well-being. Say Goodbye to Debt (1994)They need to take care of their physical well-being. Christianity Today (2000)The moon visits your work and well-being chart to put you in a calm and businesslike mood. The Sun (2010)It is unconvinced that money spent on food is a sound investment for future health and well-being. Bad Food Britain (2006)This sense of well-being is carried on into marriage where husband replaces father. Behind Closed Doors - advice for families with violence in the home (1988)It reduces stress and improves emotional well-being. The Sun (2011)Their mental and physical well-being suffers as a result. MAKING HAPPY PEOPLE (2005)The full moon focuses on work and well-being. The Sun (2011)It benefits your mental health and general well-being not to always be connected. The Sun (2015)These give you a feeling of happiness and positively affect your overall sense of well-being. The Sun (2011)Is that best for your own emotional and physical well-being? Double Income No Kids Yet? (1989)But his well-being and health is the most important thing. The Sun (2013)The scenery adds to the general sense of well-being. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My sense of well-being at its nadir. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The tremendously high count of positive ions found in most modern offices is detrimental to health and well-being. Survive the Nine to Five - a woman's guide to working well (1989)The focus is on work and well-being and you have a new and meticulous attention to detail for success. The Sun (2016)Thus our life style and its effect on our physical well-being has in turn a pronounced effect on our feelings and mental experiences. Know Your Own Mind (1991)I want emotional well-being connected with a less individualistic and more caring society. The Sun (2015)YOUR work and well-being chart is at the heart of the action. The Sun (2006)It is not hard to see how education would promote long-term happiness and well-being. MAKING HAPPY PEOPLE (2005)He is a selfless man who puts others' happiness and well-being way before his own. The Sun (2012)
Translations for 'well-being'
British English: well-being NOUN
Someone's well-being is their health and happiness.
Singing can create a sense of well-being.
Definition of well-being from the Collins English Dictionary
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