Definition of alive and well in English:

alive and well

Still existing or active (often used to deny rumors or beliefs that something has disappeared or declined): Jefferson’s ideas are alive and well today in Washington
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  • Forget the market reaction to the interim banking profits so far, the industry is alive and well.
  • He may have disappeared from British politics, but the former Prime Minister is alive and well and ruling Australia.
  • Missing student Vicky Stephenson was today found alive and well in Dublin.
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Pronunciation: əˈnastrəfē
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