be well off(redirected from been well off)
be well off
1. To be wealthy. Because my grandparents are well off, they very graciously agreed to pay for my education.
2. To be in a favorable state or situation. If you have a job, you're well off in my book—I've been unemployed for the last six months.
be ˌwell ˈoff
1 be rich enough to have a high standard of living: Her parents are both doctors so they’re quite well off. OPPOSITE: be hard up
2 be in a fortunate situation: Some people don’t know when they’re well off. If they realized how millions of people in this world live, they wouldn’t complain so much. OPPOSITE: be badly off