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  • 561 bien merecido

    adj.
    well-deserved, well-merited.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well deserved, well deserved, well-earned
    Ex. Our heartiest congratulations on this well deserved honor!.
    Ex. Our heartiest congratulations on this well deserved honor!.
    Ex. Not far off, the barn, plethoric with the autumn's harvest spoils, holds the farmer's well-earned trophies -- the guerdon of his toils.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well deserved, well deserved, well-earned

    Ex: Our heartiest congratulations on this well deserved honor!.

    Ex: Our heartiest congratulations on this well deserved honor!.
    Ex: Not far off, the barn, plethoric with the autumn's harvest spoils, holds the farmer's well-earned trophies -- the guerdon of his toils.

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  • 562 bien ordenado

    adj.
    well-ordered, orderly.
    * * *
    = well-kept, well-ordered, in good order
    Ex. While the importance of archives administration and records management is beginning to be realised in the developing world, few governments have recognised the contribution well-kept records would make to development and efficient public administration.
    Ex. The worker needs an environment which provides an understandable, predictable and well-ordered situation.
    Ex. Under these circumstances it becomes difficult to maintain a classified sequence in good order, and there will be gaps and 'bulges' which will involve moving the overall sequence around on the shelves.
    * * *
    = well-kept, well-ordered, in good order

    Ex: While the importance of archives administration and records management is beginning to be realised in the developing world, few governments have recognised the contribution well-kept records would make to development and efficient public administration.

    Ex: The worker needs an environment which provides an understandable, predictable and well-ordered situation.
    Ex: Under these circumstances it becomes difficult to maintain a classified sequence in good order, and there will be gaps and 'bulges' which will involve moving the overall sequence around on the shelves.

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  • 563 bien organizado

    adj.
    well organized, well-ordered, well-organised.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-organised [well-organized], well-structured [well structured]
    Ex. A well-organised rural parish council can provide a far more tight-knit forum for debate and 'getting things done' than urban residents' associations.
    Ex. It is vital that intranets should be well-structured and provide the right communications and information environment for end-users.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-organised [well-organized], well-structured [well structured]

    Ex: A well-organised rural parish council can provide a far more tight-knit forum for debate and 'getting things done' than urban residents' associations.

    Ex: It is vital that intranets should be well-structured and provide the right communications and information environment for end-users.

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  • 564 bien pagado

    adj.
    well-paid, high-paid, high-salaried.
    * * *
    Ex. A very successful novelist, such as Graham Greene, would clearly fall into this category and would be an honoured writer as well as a well-paid one.
    * * *

    Ex: A very successful novelist, such as Graham Greene, would clearly fall into this category and would be an honoured writer as well as a well-paid one.

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  • 565 bien pensado

    adj.
    1 well thought-out, intelligent, considered, thought-out.
    2 well-intentioned.
    intj.
    good thinking.
    * * *
    Ex. Computerisation of internal procedures in different sectors of the Italian Public Administration was not carried out according to a well thought out plan.
    * * *

    Ex: Computerisation of internal procedures in different sectors of the Italian Public Administration was not carried out according to a well thought out plan.

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  • 566 bien planeado

    adj.
    well-planned, planned just right.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-planned
    Ex. Well-planned programmes bring every element of a library to life.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-planned

    Ex: Well-planned programmes bring every element of a library to life.

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  • 567 bien planificado

    adj.
    1 well thought-out.
    2 well-planned, planned just right.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-planned
    Ex. Well-planned programmes bring every element of a library to life.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-planned

    Ex: Well-planned programmes bring every element of a library to life.

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  • 568 bien practicado

    adj.
    well-practiced, well-practised.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-practised [well-practiced, -USA]
    Ex. They have a wide and well-practiced arsenal of tactics for weaseling out of responsibility.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-practised [well-practiced, -USA]

    Ex: They have a wide and well-practiced arsenal of tactics for weaseling out of responsibility.

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  • 569 bien preparado

    adj.
    well prepared, good and ready, well-primed.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-trained, well-prepared
    Ex. He has recruited a well-trained cadre of professional local government officials.
    Ex. A well-prepared searcher will already have alternative strategies ready if need be: again, the presence of the enquirer facilitates such alterations of course.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-trained, well-prepared

    Ex: He has recruited a well-trained cadre of professional local government officials.

    Ex: A well-prepared searcher will already have alternative strategies ready if need be: again, the presence of the enquirer facilitates such alterations of course.

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  • 570 bien presentado

    adj.
    well-presented.
    * * *
    = well-presented, well-rendered
    Ex. The scheme has been praised for its clear and well-presented schedules.
    Ex. The pages are in full color, with text and images well-rendered.
    * * *
    = well-presented, well-rendered

    Ex: The scheme has been praised for its clear and well-presented schedules.

    Ex: The pages are in full color, with text and images well-rendered.

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  • 571 bien producido

    adj.
    well-produced.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-produced, well-made
    Ex. A well-produced critical abstract not only describes the document content, but also evaluates the work and its presentation.
    Ex. And there was a steady output in the later nineteenth century of well-made prize bindings in gilt-tooled calf, which were slickly produced by specialist firms.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-produced, well-made

    Ex: A well-produced critical abstract not only describes the document content, but also evaluates the work and its presentation.

    Ex: And there was a steady output in the later nineteenth century of well-made prize bindings in gilt-tooled calf, which were slickly produced by specialist firms.

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  • 572 bien proporcionado

    adj.
    well-proportioned, well-shaped, shapely.
    * * *
    = shapely [shapelier -comp., shapeliest -sup.]
    Ex. Escape, in this context, being taken as meaning the provision of an imagined world pleasanter and more shapely than life.
    * * *
    = shapely [shapelier -comp., shapeliest -sup.]

    Ex: Escape, in this context, being taken as meaning the provision of an imagined world pleasanter and more shapely than life.

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  • 573 bien provisto (de)

    Ex. Defoe's eighteenth century style full of tedious moralizing and philosophical musings, and not exactly well-stocked with dramatic excitements to relieve the steady pace, seemed not at all to put him off.

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  • 574 bien público

    m.
    public property, commonweal.
    * * *
    (n.) = public good, commonwealth
    Ex. Public libraries are viewed as a 'public good' yet they fail to attract adequate resources to fulfil their role.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Academic libraries: `towards commonwealth and coalitions'.
    * * *
    (n.) = public good, commonwealth

    Ex: Public libraries are viewed as a 'public good' yet they fail to attract adequate resources to fulfil their role.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Academic libraries: `towards commonwealth and coalitions'.

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  • 575 bien recibido

    (adj.) = welcome
    Ex. The library is generally an accepted, welcome and non-threatening feature of the rural scene and librarians often build up close and trusted links with their readers.
    * * *
    (adj.) = welcome

    Ex: The library is generally an accepted, welcome and non-threatening feature of the rural scene and librarians often build up close and trusted links with their readers.

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  • 576 bien reconocido

    adj.
    well-recognized, well-recognised.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-recognised [well-recognized]
    Ex. Some well-recognised filing order must be adopted for arranging headings with respect to one another.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-recognised [well-recognized]

    Ex: Some well-recognised filing order must be adopted for arranging headings with respect to one another.

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  • 577 bien redondito

    (adj.) = well-rounded
    Ex. All specimens were well-rounded rusty brown pebbles found near the surface.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-rounded

    Ex: All specimens were well-rounded rusty brown pebbles found near the surface.

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  • 578 bien remunerado

    Ex. A very successful novelist, such as Graham Greene, would clearly fall into this category and would be an honoured writer as well as a well-paid one.
    * * *

    Ex: A very successful novelist, such as Graham Greene, would clearly fall into this category and would be an honoured writer as well as a well-paid one.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien remunerado

  • 579 bien representado

    adj.
    well-represented.
    * * *
    = well represented, well-rendered
    Ex. A full range of disciplines is covered and popular science is well represented.
    Ex. The pages are in full color, with text and images well-rendered.
    * * *
    = well represented, well-rendered

    Ex: A full range of disciplines is covered and popular science is well represented.

    Ex: The pages are in full color, with text and images well-rendered.

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  • 580 bien seleccionado

    = well-chosen, well-selected
    Ex. Without a well-chosen collection of library materials, patrons will be frustrated in their searches for desired books and/or information.
    Ex. He showed that adding as few as 20 well-selected terms could result in perfomance impovements of over 100%.
    * * *
    = well-chosen, well-selected

    Ex: Without a well-chosen collection of library materials, patrons will be frustrated in their searches for desired books and/or information.

    Ex: He showed that adding as few as 20 well-selected terms could result in perfomance impovements of over 100%.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien seleccionado

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