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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspot-onˌspot-ˈon adjective British English informal  CORRECTexactly right Judith is always spot-on with her advice.see thesaurus at right
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spot-onOn one point you are spot-on.The descriptions of the characters in relation to their star signs is spot-on.Sharp characterisation, fine comedy performances and spot-on dialogue.Freddie is spot-on when he says only lawyers get rich from couples who bicker over who gets what from the divorce.After a fair few spot-on write-ups in the last few months, now the fashion pack moved in on him.
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