well-placed
adjective Date: 1562 appropriately or advantageously directed or positioned <
well-placed informants
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well-placed trust
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a well-placed blow
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • well-placed — UK US /ˌwelˈpleɪst/ adjective (also well positioned) ► in a good situation to be able to do something: »Roche is well placed to compete with its strategy to invest in research and development. »Because of everything we have planned in… …   Financial and business terms

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  • well-placed — /ˈwɛl pleɪst/ (say wel playst) adjective in a good or fitting position. Also, (especially in predicative use), well placed /wɛl ˈpleɪst/ (say wel playst) …   Australian English dictionary

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  • well-placed — adj …   Useful english dictionary

  • be well placed to do something — be well/​ideally/​uniquely etc placed to do something phrase to be in a particular situation that gives you an advantage or opportunity He was ideally placed to get the job. With a strong economy and stable currency, the country is well placed to …   Useful english dictionary

  • be well placed — be well/​conveniently/​ideally/​strategically etc placed phrase to be in a particular place, especially one that is convenient or has other advantages The hotel is right in the centre of Innsbruck, ideally placed for all the shops, cafes and… …   Useful english dictionary

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