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    Cool well received

    Hello!

    Is the phrase "well received" (in emails for example) common in English?

    Cheers
    WIll

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    Re: well received

    It's not common in my experience.

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    Re: well received

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Is the phrase "well received" (in emails for example) common in English?

    Cheers
    WIll
    Why should the phrase be used specifically in emails? What do you think the phrase means?

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