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    Default it's done real well

    Hi

    We put all the money in an investment account and it's done real well.

    How should I understand the phrase "it's done real well"?

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    Default Re: it's done real well

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    We put all the money in an investment account and it's done real well.

    How should I understand the phrase "it's done real well"?
    It is incorrect, it should be "really well". In the context it means that the money has gained interest.

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