What does "wish someone well on" mean? and is "on" necessary? What are the other similar expressions of this?
To "wish someone well" means to express hope or good wishes for someone's well-being. It can also be used as a greeting in professional settings, between people who do not have a close relationship. You only need to use "on" (or "in") if you are expanding your sentence to include a noun. Ex. My boss wished me well when I handed in my resignation letter. Ex. She wished me well on my new path in life. Some similar expressions or greetings are: Ex. I wish you the best. Ex. I wish you all the best. Ex. Good luck with your new job. Ex. Best wishes for your new job. Ex. All the best on your birthday.
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