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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-definedˌwell-deˈfined adjective  clear and easy to see or understand well-defined limits on spending
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well-definedNor would these, together with electrons, form separate, well-defined atoms.The resulting system could have a huge angular momentum with a very well-defined direction.It is now generally accepted that the universe evolves according to well-defined laws.Imaginary time may sound like something out of science fiction, but it is a well-defined mathematical concept.well-defined musclesThese plasma cells produce a homogeneous immunoglobulin protein which stains as a well-defined peak in the gamma region.Authority is top down, and utilizes formal communication channels, usually vertical, and well-defined policies and procedures.If the world had been created without the exclusion principle, quarks would not form separate, well-defined protons and neutrons.well-defined rulesThe conventions featured a well-defined schedule of events so that the networks' coverage could be planned.
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