Definition of might/may as well
- You might as well tell them the truth.
- We may as well begin now.
- (informal) "Should we start now?" "Might as well."
- The party was so dull that I might (just) as well have stayed home.
: past tense of may
used to express permission, liberty, probability, or possibility in the past
used to say that something is possible
: the power, authority, or resources wielded (as by an individual or group)
: bodily strength
: the power, energy, or intensity of which one is capable
: an issue of water from the earth : a pool fed by a spring
: source, origin
: a pit or hole sunk into the earth to reach a supply of water
: to rise to the surface and usually flow forth
: to rise like a flood of liquid
: to emit in a copious free flow
: in a good or proper manner : justly, rightly
: satisfactorily with respect to conduct or action
: in a kindly or friendly manner
used to indicate resumption of discourse or to introduce a remark
used to express surprise or expostulation
: prosperous, well-off
: being in satisfactory condition or circumstances
: being in good standing or favor
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